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what were the beliefs of Horace Mann??
Most of Mann's educational policies stemmed from his belief in the perfectability of humanity and society through adherence to naturally revealed moral law. [ In his view, education allowed persons to discern the ethical demands of natural law, thereby creating a responsible and moral citizenry. During his tenure Mann increased the funding available to schools, improved the preparation and
support of teachers, and advocated for compassionate discipline. ]
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