Urbanization

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History

 

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Erin D

 

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February 8, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Industrialization created many demands for vocational and technical training. During the years 1866 and 1915 about 25 million foreigners entered the U.S. In the 1880’s, horse drawn cars running on tracks set flush with the street were the main means of urban public transportation until the years 1887 and 1888...
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As late as 1890 fewer than 300,000 of the 14.3 million children were attending public and private schools and had progressed beyond the eighth grade and nearly a third of these were attending private institutions. Since industrialization made many demands for vocational schools, there was education that certainly helped young people to rise in the world, but progress from rags to real riches was far from common...
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