Timeline of American Events 1920-1929 Research Article from American Decades

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The U.S. Census shows that in a total U.S. population of more than 100,000,000 there are 21,578,000 students enrolled in public schools. College enrollment is 597,000 students.

The Dalton Plan of instruction is first used by educators Ernest Jackman and Helen Parkhurst in Dalton, Massachusetts.

The Lusk Laws requiring loyalty oaths for teachers in the state of New York are passed.

Susan Miller Dorsey is appointed superintendent of the Los Angeles schools.

Ellwood P. Cubberley of Stanford University publishes The History of Education.

The first graduate school of geography is organized at Clark University.

Junior colleges are established in Arizona and Iowa.

4-10 Dec.

American Education Week is first celebrated.

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