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Instructions:
In an short essay of 1,000 words (no less than 750 words and no more than 1,250 words +
works cited) that is spell-checked, free of typos, organized, well-written, and addresses the
questions – format [font, spacing, margins] does not matter), using references to the Only A
Teacher documentary (complete with in-line citations) and at least one textbook reading
source (from Annual Editions or Studying Education – both is even better!), please answer one
of the below choices (either A or B or C or D or E). Please follow the guidelines! Clearly label
your choice and submit your essay as an attachment via the assignment link in Blackboard.
Please name the file yourfirstnameyourlastnameessay2 (with the extension DOC, DOCX,
WPD, OR RTF – in other words, the word processor file must be saved in Word, WordPerfect or
Rich Text Format – not in MS Works (WPS), Pages or PDF. This should be the name for the file.
For example, if I was writing this essay, my file would be called ginagiulianoessay2.rtf. We will
be discussing essays in class on March 10 – there is a penalty for late essays even when I grant
an extension
Choose one of the required textbook sources:
– Fraser-Burgess, Sheron (2020). Annual Editions: Education, 44th edition. McGraw Hill.
– Dufour & Curtis, (2011). Studying Education: An Introduction to the Key Disciplines in Education Studies.
McGraw Hill. (OER)
I chose this for you to talk about:
CHOICE A. Only A Teacher Episode 1 “A Teacher Affects Eternity” explains that in the 1830s,
Horace Mann ignited the Common School Revolution in Massachusetts. Rosetta Cohen, Professor
of Education says in the documentary: “The common school reformers genuinely believed that
schools could perfect society, could eradicate poverty, could do away with class divisions.” Should
schools be to accomplish these goals? Do we see this democratic impulse in schools today? Can
the community help schools achieve these goals?

 

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