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The "new world" had a wealth of raw materials which needed many hands to develop. Apprenticeship was a system of on-the-job training which was based on ancient and medieval practices. England systematized the training and in "The Poor Law" was transferred to the American Colonies.
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Choose from different sets of colonial education flashcards on Quizlet. The results of colonial America’s free market system of education were impressive indeed. Almost no tax money was spent on education, yet education was available to almost anyone who wanted it, including the poor.
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Unfortunately, many apprentices were mistreated and used as little more than cheap labor for their masters. Conversely, other apprentices benefited greatly from being able to not only learn a trade, but develop the skills needed to successfully run such a business, themselves.
Apprenticeship agreements (often called indentures) were common in colonial America, following traditions long in place in the old country. Apprenticeships were a means by which a young person was taught a trade and an established master of that trade obtained help.
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Children Bound to Labor: The Pauper Apprentice System in Early America. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, An apprenticeship is a system of training a new generation of practitioners of a trade or profession with on-the-job training and often some accompanying study (classroom work and reading).
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Education in the Thirteen Colonies during the 17th and 18th centuries varied considerably. Public school systems existed only in New England. In the 18th Century, the Puritan emphasis on literacy largely influenced the significantly higher literacy rate (70 percent of men) of the Thirteen Colonies, mainly New England, in comparison to Britain (40 percent of men) and France (29.
Apprenticeship was fairly common in the American colonies, with indentured apprentices arriving from England in the 17th century. (Benjamin Franklin served as apprentice to his brother in the printing trade.) But apprenticeship in colonial America was less important than in Europe because of the high proportion of skilled workers in the colonies.
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Apprenticeship and Training in Premodern England - Volume 68 Issue 3 - PATRICK WALLIS This article reexamines the economics of premodern apprenticeship in England.
I present new data showing that a high proportion of apprenticeships in seventeenth-century London ended before the term of service was finished. England and New York Cited by: Columbia University Contributions to Education: Apprenticeship and apprenticeship education in Colonial New England and.
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Education in the Colonial Period. In the colonies of New England, where Puritanism was the dominant form of the forces of good and evil,” it says on page 4 and 5 in the book Schools in America by George, Capaccio. Most children got most of their education during an apprenticeship.
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