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The first public high school in the United States was Boston Latin School and founded in 1635 Even though this Academy was opened for all students to be educated it was hard to be admitted because it was highly localized and only available to wealthy people However the students who were admitted couldnt go to school also because most people afraid of the curriculum since it was hard and complicated So the attendance was very low and difficult to attract students Schools in those days were different from high schools today because of religion values gender separation and racial segregation These differences are important because it shows how public schools in those days were complex and hard Firstly religion values in public high schools were very strict Schools in those days had a school prayer and bible reading program even though there was a conflict with the Protestant and Catholics about which bible should be read in school or not but after a while the supreme court had to separate religion and classes into two different institution so every student who wants to take a religion class should be outside the school property So until these days no schools practices any religion class in any public high school in the US although there are a few popular movements that want this religion class to be given as another subject Secondly although public education should be equal to every child beside of their race gender or financial status this didnt happen in reality In the 19th century girls were not admitted in schools for a long time even after the establishment of schools girls were not taking same subjects as boys Separating boys and girls is a long-standing and old tradition nowadays boys and girls are going to the same school study the same subjects and perform
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