Education Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Education.

  • 55 Student Essays
  • 12 Encyclopedia Articles
  • ...and more

Study Pack

The Education Study Pack contains:

Encyclopedia Articles (12)

1,369 words, approx. 5 pages
Education In the 1960s many young people in the United States were inspired to pursue aerospace-related careers because of the U.S. commitment to send humans to the Moon. Universities saw an influx of... Read more
889 words, approx. 3 pages
Educator An educator is a person who systematically works to improve another's understanding of a topic. The role of educator encompasses both those who teach in classrooms and the more informa... Read more
1,886 words, approx. 7 pages
Education The American Revolution created a republic that in theory placed sovereignty in the people rather than an elite, which in England was composed largely of a hereditary aristocracy and landed ... Read more
7,814 words, approx. 27 pages
Education Student Demographics In 2000 approximately forty-seven million public school students were enrolled in kindergarten through twelfth grade in the United States. According to The Condition of ... Read more
8,820 words, approx. 30 pages
Education Native Americans were among the first pupils in European schools in North America. Religious education was a tool of conquest used by all European colonizers in the New World (the European t... Read more
3,758 words, approx. 13 pages
Education The Great Depression, the most severe economic crisis the United States had ever experienced, began in late 1929 with the crash of the stock market. Schools, like every other part of America... Read more
6,569 words, approx. 22 pages
Education and Development It is safe to say that the current living standard is the highest since the beginning of human history. We have achieved unprecedented levels of life expectancy, income per c... Read more
2,894 words, approx. 10 pages
Education and Mobility One of the main reasons education is valued so highly in modern societies is the role it plays in relation to social mobility and reproduction. This role has long been debated b... Read more
8,342 words, approx. 28 pages
Educational Organization Education and schooling are not synonymous. Education is the more encompassing concept, referring to the general process by which a social group—whether an entire socie... Read more
6,262 words, approx. 21 pages
Education Any regular practice, for example, agriculture, craft production, navigation, or scholarship, requires learning opportunities for novice practitioners, which have often been provided in work... Read more
12,510 words, approx. 42 pages
Education and Literacy Timeline 1850–1900 ∼ The Beginning of Public Education Massachusetts passes first compulsory education law (1852) / Office of Education created (1867) / Comstock ... Read more
52,570 words, approx. 176 pages
“Intellectually and morally, America’s educational system is failing far too many people.” —Signatories of “A Nation Still at Risk,” 1998 In 1983, the U.S. Depar... Read more