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By 1910, nearly 60 percent of American children were in school because a. families had more money. b. scholarships were plentiful. c. immigration was down. d. many states required school attendance by law.
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User: By 1910, nearly 60 percent of American children were in school because a. families had more money. b. scholarships were plentiful. c. immigration was down. d. many states required school attendance by law.

Weegy: By 1910, nearly 60 percent of American children were in school because: many states required school attendance by law.



User: The ability to read and write is called ____.

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The ability to read and write is called Literacy.
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