Jim Crow Laws
Info on Schools
Mostly NCLB Act
Mostly social services
Enter Category Name
100

The title of these laws

What is "Separate but Equal"

100

The first people to be given the opportunity of "school"

White Males

100

Promoted mainstreaming of children with disabilities, getting them into regular classrooms

The Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975. 

100

Child protective services

Adult protective services

Veterans services

Medicaid

Medicare

Food stamps

Social service programs

100

First western government to pass a compulsory public education law requiring communities with 50 homes to employ a schoolmaster and those with 100 homes to establish grammar schools in 1647

Massachusetts colony

200

Separate but Equal under Jim Crow Laws did what for African Americans?

Severely lacking in quality

200

The first country in the world to establish universal secondary education

United States

200

Bachelors Degree

State certification and/or license

Proof of mastery of the subject

Standards of a highly qualified teacher according the the NCLB Act

200

Child abuse/neglect investigations

Welfare service that receives the most criticism 

200

1867

Department of Education was established

300

In 1890 teacher salaries between black and white schools

were about the same

300

Downfalls of the growth in having so many children enrolled in school

Overcrowded classrooms

Individual Students' developmental needs were rarely focused on by teachers

Norther states suffered the most with growth in public education due to being immigrant dominated.

300

Students would start school ready to learn

High School graduation rates would increase to 90%

US would be first in Science and Mathmatics

2000 Goals

300

Strengthening education programs for more years of education in Math, English, Science, Social Studies and Computer Science. 

Elevate test scores for college admissions

Require longer school days and years

Raise teacher salaries

Recommendations of the excellence in education report.

300

Regarding schools what happened in 1918

All states had legislation requiring some form of compulsory school attendance. 

400

In 1910 the teacher salaries for teachers in white schools

Doubled what teachers were making who taught in black schools

400

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act was opposed by the south as they feared what?

it would strengthen desegregation and they were right. 

400

Measurement of strong accountability, proven education methods, and more choices for parents in the NCLB Act. 

Mandated standardized testing
400

No access to quality care

Communities that lack services

Not sure how to go from involuntary to voluntary

Do not recognize a need for treatment

Treatment barriers for mental health and substance abuse. 

400

Regarding the Immigration push in the 1920's what happened from 1910-1941?

All states had enacted a minimum age requirement on manufacturing employment. 

500

In 1910 in Alabama, public expenditures were what for white students vs what for black students 

$33.10

$1.00

500

In the 1920s public schools were looked at to  ...

Americanize Immigrant Children

500

Science, social studies, drop out rates, college enrollment, certifications, remediation, ACT/SAT scores, AP enrollment

Items whos outcome was measured by the NCLB Act. 

500

Medicaid

Medicare

State general revenue funds

Block grants (specific to the need)

Funding sources for community mental health services

500

Horace Mann

Secretary of the new Massachusetts Board of Education in 1837 and before that advocated for common schools that were free and tax supported for ALL children.

Click to zoom
M
e
n
u