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Education- During the 1820s and 1830s the Education franchise was so big is needed to be expanded The current schools established were teaching the 3 Rs reading writing and arithmetic and teaching ages 3-8 But they needed more In 1827 the first high school was made and a bound base curriculum to base it on Then in 1837 Horace Mann came and changed schools for the better He 1 Made longer school years 2 Trained teachers 3 Created Grade School 4 Made Attendance necessary 5 Increased State funding The education reform was considered positive in many ways but there were also downfalls to it such as it was not as popular in the south Even though the south had a very high illiteracy rate it still was not as popular It also was discriminating against African Americans because of laws against education of African Americans There was also a wide range of special needs educations taking place Thomas Galludet- educated the seeing and hearing impaired Samuel Gridley Howe- Made the North East Asylum for the Blind and Laura Bridgeman was the first person to be seeing and hearing impaired and fully educated Treatment of the Mentally ill The treatment of the mentally ill was not always the best conditions at times in harsh settings criminals and mentally ill patients were often crowded together in small spaces People felt that they should be introduced to a better environment Dorothy Dix was the leader of the movement to help the mentally ill Hospitals were still overly crowded and the original reform just slowly ended Womens Rights In the 1830s and 1840s women had the burden of society on their shoulders as well as caring for the household and children They were to leave all income making to the husbands or men of the family In 1848 Susan B Anthony Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton held a convention in Seneca Falls NY to help
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