|1900's First public
First junior high school hopes to improve
high school graduation rates
1910's First Montessori
school Cooperative extension
vocational education provided
funding for school children
1930's Limiting child labor
in non-agricultural jobs
Percentage of persons 14 years old and over who were illiterate
1940's GI education benefits
of college enrollments and
engineering oriented Whiz Kids needed business
and management education to properly
reorganizing Ford Motor Company.
1950's Federal funding increased
for science, math
increased Baby Boomer demand and hope
for a Vietnam War education deferment.
Head Start eight-week summer programs
with evening programs, credit for life experience
non-credit programs for business and foreign
student enrollments. Cash was maximized with
the help of enrollment consultants who design
cost affective student program s, designed
promotional materials to maximize college ap-
pearance and to developed a multi-tiered tuition
pricing system. It increase tuition more than cash
needs with less desirable students paying 100%.
Their excess tuition provided grant funding for more
Tuition increase dramatically as charged became a function of what a student could pay and borrow from government sponsored low interest deferred loan programs plus Pell Grants.
1980's Teach Your Own: A
Hopeful Path for Education
Teaching fostered teaching
teacher training were initiated in response to
A Nation at Risk.
. Consultants said computers could help so
Common curriculum and
available in Georgia.
Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) nationalized
some state educational activates.
Certain school voucher
programs are ruled
American Skills Through CC
begin another major adjustment
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