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Middle Colonies

WGU Foundations of Teaching

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Middle Colonies (NY, NJ, Del., Penn.) - demographics Majority English, w/large populations of Dutch in New York, Swedes in Delaware, and Germans in Pennsylvania
Middle Colonies - religion Wide variety of religious beliefs practiced
Parochial Schools church run schools
Middle Colonies - Education Many students educated in parochial schools = taught in their native language & family's religious beliefs were an integral part of the curriculum
(The) Academy Established by Benjamin Franklin in 1751; secondary school free from religious orientation, focused on meeting the "practical" needs of the nation. Supported in part by public funds = forerunner of the charter school.
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