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    Radical Reform: Education and Society 1845-1945

     

    The Toronto District School Board, with the support of the Virtual Museum of Canada's Investment Programs, has created an online exhibit that features photos and historical information from our archives and illustrates education in Canada over the past 100 years. 


    Introducing Radical Reform: Education and Society 1845-1945

    Here’s a “radical” idea: universal, state-provided, compulsory education. 

    This may not seem like a lofty ideal today, but in 1845 it was nothing short of radical. In an increasingly industrial economy, employers and government required a higher level of education than was needed in a rural and agrarian one. 

    In addition, social issues, including poverty, crime and abuse, were on the rise as people sought out opportunities for life in urban Toronto. 

    Compulsory education, available to all, seemed to some like a good solution to the pressing needs of the time. However, not all agreed – and not all benefited. 


       

    The Virtual Museum of Canada Investment Programs, administered by the Canadian Museum of History, with the financial support of the Government of Canada, support the efforts of institutions to create engaging online content through strategic funding. The Virtual Museum of Canada is the largest digital source of stories and experiences shared by Canada’s museums and heritage organizations.



     

     

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