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Reformers worked to change schools by making them more A. independent of state rules. B. accessible to everyone. C. demanding of their students. D. economical in their operations.
Weegy: A. independent of state rules. (More)
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Reformers worked to change schools by making them more accessible to everyone, letter B.

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an interesting comment on the same question:

Which reformers? Some have worked for or against all four of these things. That is, some favor more "local control" of schools (against A) and some favor more "state standards" (for A), some favor open admissions policies (for B) and others favor strict residency requirements (against B). Some favor high standards (for C) and others accomodation of unique needs (against C). Some favor efficiency (for D) and some favor more school funding, particularly for non-core subjects (art, music) (against D). Nearly any change you can imagine has been called "reform" at one time or another

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Which long-term cause directly influenced a short-term cause? A. Lincoln’s election B. Kansas-Nebraska Act C. Fugitive Slave Act D. Missouri Compromise
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Some Americans blamed the Great Depression on A. fascism. B. socialism. C. capitalism. D. communism.
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