Ah, ok history time. I'll answer first then justify:the establishment of school districtsthe construction of new schools
The first question we must ask is,Why was the 1870 Education act made?
In the nineteenth century, European governments began to recognize the importance of public education.Up until then schools were conducted by churches on a voluntary basis and were mainly focused on teaching about and for religious reasons. There was a fee to pay in order to attend such schools and reformers argued that free education where all children had to go to school should be mandated.
What does this mean?
It means that this was a act created to start schools, not to run, guide, or dictate the teaching of schools. This rules out the
the creation of standardized testsWhat this act actually seys:
William Edward Forster introduced the Education Act of 1870. The act called for the establishment of school districts and the construction of new schools. The act also mandated school attendance.
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the correct answer is the establishment of school district and the construction of new schools
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