By James W. Fraser
On the finish of the 20 th century, the continued conflict among faith and public schooling is once more a burning factor within the usa. Prayer within the school room, the instructing of creationism, the illustration of sexuality within the school room, and the instructing of morals are only the various matters over which those associations are skirmishing. during this booklet, James Fraser indicates that even though those battles were happening for so long as there were public colleges, there hasn't ever been any consensus concerning the right dating among faith and public schooling. taking a look at the main tricky query of the way deepest problems with religion should be reconciled with the very public nature of education, James Fraser paints an image of our multicultural society that takes our courting with God under consideration.
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Mann tended to ignore criticism, and when he did attend to it, he dismissed his critics quickly. They did not appreciate, “our noble system of Free Schools for the whole people,” and instead favored, “that rival system of ‘Parochial’ or ‘Sectarian Schools’ ” which a few in Massachusetts and far too many in other states were proposing as an alternative to Mann’s vision of a single system of schools common to all. To his critics, Mann’s easy solution to the vexing problem of what religion, if any, to teach in the schools was embedded in his failure to understand the degree to which he was really proposing to make the public schools of Massachusetts a kind of Unitarian parochial school system that would mirror his own deeply held Unitarian beliefs.
39 Combining the traditional belief in women’s mothering and domestic role with recognition of the need for people to staff the new schools, Catharine Beecher was creating a new image for women and for the teaching profession. For her, opening teaching to women would provide an important new level of freedom for many women like herself whose lives were highly constrained by the social mores of the early nineteenth century. At the same time, by offering the services of her sisters at lower salaries than those paid to male teachers, she made the expansion of schooling popular because it was cheap.
But for all of their differences about theological details, the midwestern preachers and their political counterparts on the East Coast were all engaged in a very similar effort. 45 The common school movement was spectacularly successful in the Midwest. In 1832 Cincinnati had 2,252 students in attendance in the common schools. 46 The story was duplicated throughout the land for many reasons. However, some recent historians are in danger of implying that evangelical Protestants were the only ones working for public schools when in fact there were many others.
Between Church and State: Religion and Public Education in a Multicultural America by James W. Fraser