EDL-807-O102 Module 4 DQ 1 - It may be argued that there was an apparent lack of focus....

EDL-807 Module 4 DQ 1
History and Politics of K-12 Education - American Political Climate of K-12 Education
Grand Canyon University

It may be argued that there was an apparent lack of focus or balance for educational reform ideas within the legislative and executive branches of federal government during the 1950s. One could further contend that during this period, judicial preoccupation with equity also distracted federal attention from policy and financial resources directed towards school improvement. Each decade subsequent to the 1950s was marked by increased political influence to the nation's educational system and a call for school reform. How do political agendas impact today's educational institutions?
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