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Schools are for children. an American approach to the open classroom. Published 1971 by Schocken.
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Schools Are for Children : An American Approach to the Open Classroom.
The open-classroom movement originated in British public elementary schools after World War I.
The open-classroom movement originated in British public elementary schools after World War II. The movement, known then as informal education, spread slowly to the United States. They were faulted for not developing enough engineers and scientists; for being racially segregated and hostile to disadvantaged children; and for producing uncreative graduates who seldom questioned authority. Critics thought that the schools could be the vehicle for winning the Cold War, furthering the civil rights struggle, and roiling a 1950s culture of conformity that suffocated imagination.
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American children go to elementary school when they are six years old and stay . Pre-schools are for children younger than five
American children go to elementary school when they are six years old and stay there for six years. the school years are called grades. In most parts of the country, elementary schools also have kindergartens for five-year-olds. Pre-schools are for children younger than five. In pre-school and kindergarten, children get ready for school. They play with other children and learn to listen to the teacher. These are important programs for young children. Every classroom has an American flag in it. Students start each day by standing up and saluting the flag. They say the Pledge of Allegiance. This is a promise to the country. It was written 200 years ago.