After the conclusion of the Civil War and the Reconstruction, the American economy rapidly increased as it developed in the Second Industrial Revolution. Between the time periods of 1800 to 1914, the United States had a massive increase in newly introduced natural resources that was involved with the new territory. New markets opened up a whole new economy and inventions that helped distribute these new manufactured goods were introduced. Innovations in transportation that included roads, steamboats, railroads and canals helped link isolated communities and distribute the new production of goods across the United States. American interior could be shipped directly to the Atlantic and could b... ... middle of paper ... ... put translations in its imperial bureaus.” In the end of the 19th century, the idea that the United States had a special mission to uplift "backward" people around the world also commanded growing support.
This new rise of educational facilities gave people the opportunity to become more educated, which opened new concepts of science, mathematics and other subjects. This could in turn create adverse thinking—those to which the church would be opposed to. In addition, Christians throughout the Middle Ages were very constant with their religion, especially by their constant attempt to win over Jerusalem with the Crusades and most likely convert those who they conquer. According to the textbook, “in the fourteenth century, medieval music underwent significant changes, including the rise of secular music along the church music” (411). This is perhaps pertaining to the start of the Renaissance, but it highlights that not only education was responsible for the new intellectual thinking, but music was becoming more common throughout the Middle Ages.
At some point in life, everyone has been in situations when parents have repeatedly stressed that education is paramount to one’s development. At the time, one is unable to realize the significance that academic development could have on a wider social and national extent. The introduction of the first steam engine in 18th century - the Industrial Revolution -resulted in prosperity in almost all areas of life first in the United Kingdom, and later in the rest of the Western Europe, which shaped a new worldview, placing education as one of the top measures to consider, when determining a country’s growth. Plenty examples of different countries in varying times through history, illustrate how increased levels of investment in education have been pivotal to the economic development in the long-run. The case of Kosovo, unfortunately, is similar to the countries that were late or for different political reasons were not able to make good use of this already established and proven relationship.
However, the field of education is constantly evolving. Whether it is because of the introduction of new technology or even new ways of teaching itself, teachers need to be innovators. A new initiative in the teaching community is Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); it will better prepare children for higher education and future high paying jobs. STEM education is vital to the future success of America’s economy and its future workers. “STEM job creation over the next 10 years will outpace non-STEM jobs significantly, growing 17 percent as compared to 9.8 percent for non-stem positions” (Why STEM Education Matters, 2011, para.
This means we will be able to fund more permanent resources to help handle the workload increase that happens at the beginning of each school year. We will have more permanent resources handling those problems, reducing or eliminating the training requirement during a very stressful time. I am very excited about this new approach to the business, and will explain more about it in our upcoming training. In all, 2009 should be considered a very successful year for our company. A tremendous amount of change occurred, but it was change in a very positive direction.
We in turn are caused to learn newer and faster ways of dealing with these new technologies. Technology grows exponentially, meaning that the more it grows the faster it grows, yet in dealing with this technology we can in turn learn how to decrease our work time while increasing our productivity. We have definitely come a long way from the pony express and telegraph, yet it is not so long ago that we do not still use their predecessors, surface mail and telephones. With current technological advancements it is now possible to communicate across the planet instantaneously, thanks to wide-band technology, fiber optics, and satellites all of which make possible this possible. With the invention of the printing press by Gutenburg in 1434, and subsequently the first book in print, he can be credited as the father of the information age.
This led to a population boom, which then had a significant affect on the creation of villages and even small cities. This then caused the first creation of laws and government, this would be pivotal in changing society as people now were ruled by a central authority such as a kings or queen who would dictate how people acted. One of the first examples of early civilizations with this type of central power was the kingdom of Mesopotamia, which saw the rise of the first cities with governments, which had laws and codes. This in effect had a huge impact on society as with the rise of central authority came the creation of a class structure, which grouped different people by their authority and wealth. Someone’s class structure would be one of the defining characteristics of that person in society and therefore very
Yet evolution is part of Atheism. Atheism is a religion or a worldview. Worldview is simply the way one views the world. All world religions should be taught in schools because it is already happening, it is fair, and it is cons... ... middle of paper ... ... that may have been previously required by the school boards. Children still are allowed to pray or read religious texts in school, but only the children are allowed to do so.