How School Has Changed Over Time

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School has changed tremendously over time. School was a lot different back then than it is today. Going to school was not offered to everyone. It was only offered to the upper-class. Boys and girls were schooled separately, but today our schools are diverse and have many different kinds of races. Technology did not even exist a hundred years ago, but today, we use technology everyday in our school work. Through the course of history, education usually matched the needs of society until recently where a gap has occurred between high school and the real world in what skills and content is taught versus what is needed.
Medical education has changed excessively throughout the years. Physicians in the 18th century had no knowledge of
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One popular saying was: "A man who has not been flogged is not trained." Today, education has improved tremendously and the education system definitely changed the way students are now taught. The education system has changed tremendously over the course of history. Today schools are more diverse. One big trend is online education. Technology did not even exist a hundred years ago. Now, kids sometimes sit in classrooms in front of computers, or sit at home and do their school work. Teachers, students, and parents have thousands of different learning tools at their fingertips each day thanks to technology. There are many different programs that help toddlers prepare for the future, for example, ABC Mouse. ABC Mouse is a program designed for children ages 2-7 and help kids be prepared for kindergarten or help students who are behind in school. If your child is struggling in an area, it 's guaranteed there is some program out there that can help them excel. Surveys also found that many teachers said technology could be a useful educational tool. According to New York Times, Post, “In the Pew survey, which was done in conjunction with the College Board and the National Writing Project, roughly 75 percent of 2,462 teachers surveyed said that the Internet and search engines had a “mostly positive” impact on student research skills. And they said such tools had made students more self-sufficient researchers.” Education has
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