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The Case for Innovation in Education
The Case for Innovation in Education
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By Eric F. Peterson and Thomas Callahan, published in The Parents League of New York Review (2015)

Independent schools have a long and well-documented history of evolving to meet the needs of society. In fact, the first schools established in colonial America were private schools. By the beginning of the 18th century, as the need for an educated populace grew, grammar schools had begun to offer a broader range of subject offerings. Through the industrial revolution and the urbanization of the American population, education became ever more vital to progress; American states slowly signed compulsory education into law. … Read the full article