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The State Schools of Massachusetts by Katherine Anderson








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Title: The State Schools of Massachusetts
Author: Katherine Anderson
Pages: 96
Format: PDF / EPUB / MOBI
ISBN: 9781634991568
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing SC




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In Massachusetts there were, at one time, three institutions built specifically for the care and education of the intellectually and physically disabled. Set in the rolling hills and bucolic farmland of early suburban communities, these schools set out to make their students ready to return home and to become productive members of society. Over time, however, these "schools" grew into large-scale warehouses where education was no longer the primary goal. Instead, the purpose of the institution was to isolate the disabled from the rest of society. Eventually, two of the three state schools were dismantled and the third scaled back in operation, leaving behind the abandoned remains of what were once premier institutions for the education of the disabled. This brief overview of the history of state schools in Massachusetts is presented through a collection of images both historical and current, giving a glimpse inside the past.






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In Massachusetts there were, at one time, three institutions built specifically for the care and education of the intellectually and physically disabled. Set in the rolling hills and bucolic farmland of early suburban communities, these schools set out to make their students ready to return home and to become productive members of society. Over time, however, these "schools" grew into large-scale warehouses where education was no longer the primary goal. Instead, the purpose of the institution was to isolate the disabled from the rest of society. Eventually, two of the three state schools were dismantled and the third scaled back in operation, leaving behind the abandoned remains of what were once premier institutions for the education of the disabled. This brief overview of the history of state schools in Massachusetts is presented through a collection of images both historical and current, giving a glimpse inside the past.

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English book downloading The State Schools of Massachusetts in English

  1. 1. The State Schools of Massachusetts by Katherine Anderson
  2. 2. Book details Title: The State Schools of Massachusetts Author: Katherine Anderson Pages: 96 Format: PDF / EPUB / MOBI ISBN: 9781634991568 Publisher: Arcadia Publishing SC
  3. 3. Description In Massachusetts there were, at one time, three institutions built specifically for the care and education of the intellectually and physically disabled. Set in the rolling hills and bucolic farmland of early suburban communities, these schools set out to make their students ready to return home and to become productive members of society. Over time, however, these "schools" grew into large-scale warehouses where education was no longer the primary goal. Instead, the purpose of the institution was to isolate the disabled from the rest of society. Eventually, two of the three state schools were dismantled and the third scaled back in operation, leaving behind the abandoned remains of what were once premier institutions for the education of the disabled. This brief overview of the history of state schools in Massachusetts is presented through a collection of images both historical and current, giving a glimpse inside the past.
  4. 4. Links for download book Available formats: PDF / EPUB / MOBI CLICK HERE FOR DOWNLOAD EBOOK
  5. 5. Overview In Massachusetts there were, at one time, three institutions built specifically for the care and education of the intellectually and physically disabled. Set in the rolling hills and bucolic farmland of early suburban communities, these schools set out to make their students ready to return home and to become productive members of society. Over time, however, these "schools" grew into large-scale warehouses where education was no longer the primary goal. Instead, the purpose of the institution was to isolate the disabled from the rest of society. Eventually, two of the three state schools were dismantled and the third scaled back in operation, leaving behind the abandoned remains of what were once premier institutions for the education of the disabled. This brief overview of the history of state schools in Massachusetts is presented through a collection of images both historical and current, giving a glimpse inside the past.

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