In this episode we will continue exploring the historical roots of education in the US. We will discuss important thought leaders in the evolution of public access to education.
Last episode we focused the founding fathers, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, ideas on public education. Today we will introduce the contributions from key leaders such as Horace Mann and John Dewey. Finally, we will address the legacy of segregation and the policies that led to realization of true democratic schools.
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