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Early National

WGU Foundations of Teaching

TermDefinition, etc.
First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution - Establishment Clause prohibits the establishment of a national religion.
First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution - Free Exercise Clause "Freedom of speech" - has been extend to freedom in religious practice
Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Provides protection against "unreasonable" searches and seizures.
Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Federal government has power to regulate only those matters specifically delegated to it in the Constitution = all other powers are given to the individual states.
Northwest Ordinances of 1785 and 1787 (Land Ordinances) Congress provides land for settlement in the western territories. Parts of this lean reserved for the building of schools = set precedent that education is necessary for a good citizenry/strong democracy.
Dartmouth College Case - 1819 Jurisdictional dispute between the college's president and board of trustees led to a Supreme Court ruling favoring the educational freedom of private institutions (which is what colleges are considered to be).
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