The Role Of Education In The 1950's

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The 1950’s was the foundation of ending separation in schools. During 1954, the Supreme Court examined the Brown vs. the Board of Education, which recognized that ethnic or racial separation of adolescents in public schools desecrated the Fourth Amendment. This amendment defends people from irrational searches and seizure and obliges any authorization to be sensibly authorized and maintained by credible reasoning. Since the 1950’s the most notable federal involvement in public education has been the No Child Left Behind legislation passed during the George W. Bush administration during in the 2000’s. It mandated that all schools that received monies from the federal government had to participate in mandatory standardized testing. The Act interchanges
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