Education During 2nd industrial revolution

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American History

 

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Mary T

 

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February 20, 2016

 

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University

 

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These schools also "Americanized" immigrants in America so they could fit into society and be a part of the political system. In today's world our needs for an educated work force is very similar to the needs of the Second Industrial Revolution. With the advances in technology, an education is very important, the only difference is that in the 1900s a primary education was mandatory and today a high school education is mandatory...
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Also, in the 1900s only the rich could afford higher education. Today, college is available to all classes and is necessary to fulfill the needs of high-tech professions. Education is also important today, as it was then, in politics by helping us make informed decisions when we vote. Unlike the 1900s though, the schools today do not "Americanize" immigrant students as much...
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