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. Few people who immigrated and settled had experience with formal education, and even 2 Competing Visions of Public Education who and what should it be for? 18 c h a p t e r t w o fewer of those who were native-born (American Indians) had any experi- ence with schooling. Formal schools were built in the colonies early in the founding of the United States, though, and, throughout the nineteenth century, this schooling expanded to encompass more and more students— not only the male, wealthy, privileged, native-born, or white, but also females, poor students

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