Education: Lesson Details


1.) To examine the educational reform aimed at both disabled and nondisabled children in antebellum America.

2.) To explore the goals, achievements, and limitations of those reforms.

3.) To discuss how specialized residential institutions for children with disabled were established and why they were established during the antebellum period.

4.) To use specific reform efforts to make larger generalizations about the values and culture of antebellum America.