Regional Differences In Colonial Education

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Many of the conflicts experienced during the colonial period in American education are similar to what we experience today. We can still see regional differences and many of the same political arguments being made. Regional differences during the colonial period ere characterized by geographic separation. The south, the middle colonies, and the north all developed slightly different forms of education, that each represented their regional values and beliefs. We can still see these regional differences today. However, I believe that our greatest differences are based on community structure. Whether you’re from a rural area, suburban area, or urban area influences the style of public school you might attend, the programs offered to you, and the
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