Future Teachers of America 27-06-2011, 07:52
A defunct national organization founded by the National Education Association in 1937...
Future Homemakers of America (FHA) 27-06-2011, 07:49
A national, vocation-oriented organization for high school students enrolled in home economics and related courses.
Future Farmers of America (FFA) 27-06-2011, 07:47
A national organization of high school students, aged 14 to 21,
Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) 27-06-2011, 07:44
A U.S. Department of Education division created in 1972
Fund for the Advancement of Education 27-06-2011, 07:41
An experimental FORD FOUNDATION division that sought to improve teacher training,
Fundamentalism 27-06-2011, 07:39

An archconservative form of evangelism that developed in the late 19th century as evangelistic fervor seemed to dissipate with the spread of universal, secular public education.
Functional skills 27-06-2011, 07:29
Skills essential for students or adults to function independently.
Functional illiteracy 27-06-2011, 07:26
A vague and often misleading term, usually defined as an inability to read, write or calculate well enough to function as an independent adult.
Full-time equivalent (FTE) 27-06-2011, 07:20
An important calculation in higher education to convert the number of part-time students or faculty into an equivalent number of full-time students and faculty.
Full-state assumption 27-06-2011, 07:17
A policy whereby the state government assumes all funding for public schools.
Fulbright Exchange Program 27-06-2011, 07:10
A program originally created under the Fulbright Act of 1946, which used the proceeds from the sale of surplus U.S.
Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel (or Fröbel) (1782–1852) 27-06-2011, 07:04
German educator and founder of the kindergarten system, which allowed children to learn through play instead of formal lessons.
“Friends of education” 27-06-2011, 06:59
A referential title usually given to a coalition of mid-19th-century educational reformers who were responsible for spearheading the public school movement throughout most of the United States.
Society of Friends (Quakers) 27-06-2011, 06:51
A relatively small Christian sect that believes that there is “that of God in every one” and that all individuals receive and perceive the word of God.
Free schools 27-06-2011, 06:43
Most recently, a short-lived group of pseudoeducational institutions that was established in California and a handful of major cities in other states in the late 1960s by political and social activists and counterculture groups.
Freedom schools 27-06-2011, 06:38
A group of widely scattered secondary schools established for black children in various southern communities in the 1950s, during the struggle for racial equality.
Freedom of speech 25-06-2011, 15:12
A vague, constantly shifting and highly controversial concept, under which citizens are free to express themselves orally and in print, without government interference.
Freedmen’s Bureau 25-06-2011, 14:51
An agency created by an act of Congress in 1865 to provide a variety of assistance to needy blacks in the South after the Civil War.
Fraternity 25-06-2011, 14:47
A quasi-secret society of college students organized for any of a variety of reasons, including social or professional comradeship, the provision of living accommodations, the bestowing of academic or other honors or the performance of social service.
Franklin’s Academy 25-06-2011, 14:24
The academy founded in Philadelphia, in 1751, by Benjamin Franklin and his supporters, who espoused his idea of practical, free, universal public education.
Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) 25-06-2011, 14:15
American-born statesman, author, scientist, political and cultural leader, educator and one of the most important influences on education in American history.
Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution 25-06-2011, 13:45
One of 10 Amendments to the Constitution passed in 1791 and known collectively as the Bill of Rights.
Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution 25-06-2011, 13:34
An 1868 addition to the Constitution forcing all state governments to abide by the federal constitution.
4-H Clubs 25-06-2011, 13:11
An educative organization for nearly 7 million youngsters 9 to 19, founded in Iowa in 1906 to help farm youth “learn by doing.”
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