education in the colonial era

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American History

 

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William J

 

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December 8, 2012

 

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University

 

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Upper class children continued their education and went to Latin grammar schools where they were prepped for college. In order to ensure that all children were given the necessary instruction, several laws were passed. In 1642, the Massachusetts Bay Colony Law was passed stating that all children must learn how to read and write or pay a fine...
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In 1642, the Massachusetts Bay Colony Law was passed stating that all children must learn how to read and write or pay a fine. If basic education was not being met, children could be removed from their families. Still fearing academic negligence, The Old Deluder Satan Act of 1647 was passed. It stated that towns with fifty families or more had to have a teacher and towns with one hundred families or more had to establish a grammar school...
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