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The way the United State looks at education has really changed Education had gone from a one room classroom to a build with many classrooms It has also got from one teacher teaching the one room classroom to many teachers for the different levels of teaching that needs to be done for the different level of kids being serviced in the schools Public schools is the place that you can find a different types of kids the way teachers teach and the way the money that the government gives them to provide all the services that the students need to become what this world needs from them We can look at the way schools have change by starting at the beginning for home the number of children that attend schools now If we look at the amount of children that go to school now a day it has changed One room schoolhouse had about 10-15 kids going grade PK-8th grade and most kids just went to school till 8th grade The reason is was this way was because most families could not afford to pay for their child to go on with their education But if we look at school now there are about 766 million students enrolled in public schools now in the United States This makes about 35-380 kids per grade level schools have really changed and have grow from just the one room schoolhouse with only a few kids going to school With the changing for the amount of kids that go to school now so has the standpoint of how the typical public schools kids is looked atMost kids that go to public schools are looked at by a demographic and socioeconomic standpoint The demographic students that are in public schools are looked at by their race color and ethnic background They are put in group by this in schools and most of the times when this happens they are given
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