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The Evolution of Teaching Roles amidst Increasing Societal Expectations

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The Evolution of Teaching Roles amidst Increasing Societal Expectations
Research Q: What has changed about the teaching roles over time, and how has the evolving
needs of a changing society defined the change?
The history of education in the United States is a long and complicated story. It is a story
of how a young nation, with a few hundred thousand settlers, grew into a world power with a
population of more than 300 million people. It is a story of how education was used to help
immigrants assimilate into American society and how it was used to help slaves escape from
bondage, and how the face behind teachers evolved to embrace femininity (Beecher, 1835). It is
a story of how education was used to further the cause of democracy and how it was used to
restrict the rights of women and minorities. It is a story of how education has changed over time
in response to the needs of a changing society. Furthermore, it is a story of how teachers have
helped to shape the course of education in the United States.
Sense of History
In the early days of the United States, there were few formal schools, and most children
were educated at home by their parents or private tutors. There were also many religious schools,
which were run by churches. The first public schools were established in the 1830s, and by the
end of the 19th century, most children in the United States were attending public schools. The
20th century was a time of great change for the education system in the United States. The
country's population exploded, and the schools had to accommodate more and more students.
Urban, Wagoner, & Gaither, (2019) assert that “the curriculum also changed as the country
became more industrialized and the needs of the workforce changed”. In the mid-20th century,
the civil rights movement led to a number of changes in the education system, including the
desegregation of schools and the introduction of bilingual education and the embrace of

strategies such as close supervision which were regarded as highly motivational especially when
dealing with elementary schools (Young, 1901).
The role of teachers has changed significantly over time, and they have had a profound
impact on those changes. In the past, teachers were primarily responsible for imparting
knowledge and ensuring students learned the material. However, over time, the role of teachers
has shifted to include much more than that. Now, teachers are expected to provide information
and act as therapists, social workers, and counselors. They are expected to be able to deal with a
wide range of issues, from mental health to trauma to violence. This change has been driven in
part by an increase in the expectations placed on teachers, as ...

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