The idea for public education came from the Catholic missionaries to the colonies. They would teach the children for free.
The Land Ordinance of 1785 established a mechanism for funding public education in the United States. Until at least the 1840s, however, most schools continued to be privately owned and operated.
Coeducation and the emergence of modern high schools; the expansion of compulsory education. The growth of extracurricular activities (1890s-1950s). The principle of equalization becomes a standard to achieve.
The United States Supreme Court's ruling in Brown v. Board of Education was a hallmark in education. It forced previously segregated schools to integrate, and led to the rise of desegregation busing across the country.
Springfield, Illinois established the first public school system in the state in 1856.
There still working on that one
1890. When Idaho became a state.
it is kind of still not established
Louisiana established its very first public school in 1808 and they added as the years went on. Thank you for asking us!!!
the Cherokee nation established the first free, compulsory public school system.
The first public school was called the Boston Latin School and it was established in 1635 in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the oldest public school still in existence today and has a student body of 2,383.
No political party started the public school system. It developed in the colonies and the first school was in 1635 called the Boston Latin School. It was the first town supported school and it established a pattern of local control of the school system. This was well before the American revolution and any political parties.