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a social institution where society passes on cultural values, norms, and skills related to social interaction and productivity

education

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in wealthy countries, education is based on ________ or _________ by trained educators

schooling
standardized instruction

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the Toronto District Board classifies student's early development into 5 domains:

1. physical health and well-being
2. social competence
3. emotional maturity
4. language and cognitive development
5. communication skills and general knowledge

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children with earlier birthdays (jan-mar) are

earlier developed

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most common reason more students are earning degrees is bcuz

the economy has changed

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reasons more students are earning degrees:
1. the Canadian labour market has shift towards a ______
2. fewer _____ pay livable wages
3. most jobs expect some sort of ________
4. curriculums and programs now cater to a more ________

1. knowledge-based economy
2. service jobs
3. post-secondary education
4. diverse range of learners

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in the 1950's, finishing high school was not a _____. But now ___% of Canadians finish grade 9

norm
95%

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developed alongside changing economic conditions

mass education systems

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emphasizes what schooling achieves for social stability, order and cohesion

functionalist approach to edcuation

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changing perceptions of childhood and the use of education to shape the development of the next generation

functionalist approach to education

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childhood was seen as a unique part of the lifecycle in preparation for adulthood

functionalist approach to education

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education arose alongside colonial anxieties about children's defenselessness against harmful influences

functionalist perspective

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was one way to ensure young ppl developed a value system that would support their integration into a perceived broader community

schooling (functionalist)

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schooling rooted in racialized, classed, gendered, and sexualized anxieties about children's development

schooling as a "civilizing project"

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the process of "ensuring children adopted a common value system" is not

neutral

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transition to ______ allowed colonial gov to exert more control over the education system

textually mediated education

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expansion of gov control in a new and growing nation (schooling was part of a larger process of building an independent country)

textually mediated education

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before the Quiet Revolution (1961), the English school system was more oriented to

university admissions

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the way the education systems in Quebec was organized led to ______ between french and english speaking pop in terms of _____, _____, and _______

- inequalities
- employment
-income
-academic outcomes

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after the Quiet revolution, the education system was

standardized

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after the Quiet revolution, the influence of the _____ greatly reduced in both English and French schools

church

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is the only province to reject both federal policies of bilingualism and multiculturalism

Quebec

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one of the main ways that societies shape future generations and shape cultures

compulsory education

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gives all kids access to literacy and numerical skills

compulsory edcuation

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an assimilation tool to fundamentally destroy Indigenous ppls culture, family culture, while indoctrinating children into Eurocentric values, norms, beliefs

residential schools

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as a result of residential schools, _______ is prevalent among survivors and subsequent generations

intergenerational trauma

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trauma related to stress passed down by survivors to children and subsequent generations

intergenerational trauma

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to address trauma caused by residential schools, First nations and Canadian gov facilitated the

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

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provided residential school survivors to share their experiences in schools, and it recognizes the cultural genocide perpetuated by Canadian

the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

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is one of the primary institutions of socialization in our society

school