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 The image should be of someone who is involved in the reform movement or a respected person in history who fought for reform.

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Question: Step One: Choose one of the reform movements from the lesson. Children in Poverty Education Deaf and blind Mental illness TemperanceStep Two: In complete sentences of your own words, create a blog post that teaches society about the reform movement you chose. The blog post should be at least one paragraph and should include the following: A catchy title What was the problem? Who was involved in addressing the problem? What was done to reform society? Does the problem still exist today? One example of something (law, organization, institution, etc.) that exists today because of the reform movement of the 1800s One image represents the reform movement and its goals

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Title: Breaking the Chains of Child Poverty Through Education In the 1800s, many children in the United States were living in poverty, with limited access to basic necessities such as food, shelter, and education. This was a pressing problem that deeply affected the overall development and well-being of children, ultimately leading to a cycle of poverty that continued through generations. Various philanthropic individuals and organizations recognized the desperate need for change and took action to address this issue. One prominent figure who fought for children's rights and education was Charles Loring Brace. Brace founded the Children's Aid Society in 1853, an organization committed to improving the lives of impoverished children through education and vocational training. The society established schools, workshops, and lodging houses to help children escape the clutches of poverty and gain tools that would help them succeed in society. While significant progress has been made since the 1800s, child poverty and inadequate access to education remain problems in the United States and around the world. It is estimated that around 12 million children in the US alone live in poverty today. However, the efforts made by those involved in the 1800s reform movement have led to the creation of numerous laws, organizations, and institutions that continue to work towards putting an end to child poverty. One such example is the Head Start program, which was initiated in 1965. Head Start provides early childhood education, health, and nutrition services to low-income children and their families. This program aims to break the cycle of poverty by giving all children, regardless of their economic background, a fair chance to succeed in school and life. [Insert image of a classroom of children from different backgrounds learning together, representing the goal of equal access to education for all children] As we reflect on the progress made since the 1800s, it is essential to not only honor the dedicated reformers of the past but also acknowledge the work that still needs to be done. Together, we can continue the fight for equal education opportunities and the eradication of child poverty.

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April 11, 2023, 10:36 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

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