There was an underlying reason for this Act which was that forcing children to attend local school was a way of propping up Anglican schools and stopping the spread of non-conformist school boards. However in comparison Gladstone’s policies where more centralised on removing any inequality or discrimination practised on religious grounds. In conclusion most of the Liberal legislation did not do much to improve social or living conditions, though led, for example, to wider access to schooling and the attempt to end intimidation in voting. Much of the Conservative legislation directly affected conditions of working class life. Ultimately weighing all the factors I must say that The Conservative Government of 1874 to 1880 did more than the Liberal Government of 1868 to 1874 to improve the conditions of the working
While she is there, people are very surprised that she can speak English. She learns that she isn’t accepted in many things in school and after school, but she happily makes a new friend named Radine. However, everything seems to change between them when they reach high school. Jeanne see’s that Radine can do so many more things than her and Jeanne wishes to be accepted as not only a foreigner, but also a normal person like everyone else. Later papa decides to move to a new place and a new school.
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Source 16 supports the statement by saying ‘In 1870, the Government made elementary education up to the age of 13 compulsory for all children.’ This shows that by opening education to all children aged 13 and below, they had approached the problem of uneducated children especially boys from falling into lower classes. Source 17 also agrees, ‘Before 1870, education was not compulsory and it was not free.’ The government had then opened a branch for the lower classes to become educated and somehow improve their quality of life. By opening up school board and creating new schools, it meant that fees were eventually to be taken off, when after the 1902 education act, schools that were receiving state funding had to offer 25% of all places without fees. Gladstone the prime minister at the time believed in equality of opportunity, so over the coming years, showed open support about children receiving open education for all ages. He openly says about passing the political power to an uneducated nation and improving people’s quality of life, therefore showing support.
During her early teens she was forced to go to boarding school not only by her mothers will but by state law all Indian children were forced away from their parents and sent to Christian boarding schools to acculturate these children through these cultural modification policies, (Bodley, 1999, p. 93). Despite the aims of the laws passed to send Indian children to Christian boarding schools, this actually caused resistance in many cases, as is the case with Mary Crow Dog. The pressures and punishments delivered by these Christian caregivers exacerbated the situation which pushed her to embrace her Indian roots and learn her peoples culture, language and
I remember cruel things people would do and I could never understand why and cannot imagine how bad it must have felt. Jenny has a year left in high school before graduating and plans to leave immediately. During her time from first grade to present the conditions have not improved. The unequal treatment or discrimination was so deep seeded it would be better classified as institutional prejudice and discrimination which is a sociology term when discrimination is woven into the operation of that society’s institutions. Further examples of this will be highlighted later to other members of her race.
The usage of diction throughout the story changes as the new teacher gains control over the children. After the children’s country had been taken over by the invading force the new regime is not given a name only referred to as “THEM” or “THEY” (1), by using this the author dehumanizes them. The vague connotation of these words takes away any personal description of them, as well as makes a clear differentiation
Then centuries later, the Indian Removal Act of 1830 where the Indians were removed from their native grounds and put them on reservations. The United States started to colonize the Native Americans in order to make them more social accepted and this caused both negative and positive effects on the Indians and the Indian culture.