Public Education and Age of Reform Quiz

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10 Questions - Developed by: Nick Galanakis - Developed on: - 5.915 taken

This quiz is another detailed true and false quiz that covers school ground in the museum and the Age of Reform.

  • 1
    Public Education was mainly a paternal attitude.
  • 2
    Transcendental romanticism and Lockean psychological theories were not part of Public Schooling.
  • 3
    A more 'motherly' attitude with more physical beatings.
  • 4
    The Age of Reform was under President Andrew Johnson.
  • 5
    Dorothea Dix stood for fair treatment of the sane.
  • 6
    During the Age of Reform individuals begin having other views of a utopia (going against tobacco, alcohol, profanity, and other certain religious aspects)
  • 7
    Under Andrew Jackson there was an organization of Female Slavery Society- Philadelphia, 1833
  • 8
    Public Education back in the 19th century was similar to public education today.
  • 9
    People had struggles for imprisonment for debt
  • 10
    Women's rights are starting to be demanded, and a religious rising is beginning

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