posted by kayci .
Children received their schooling at home in many pre-industrial families. However with the industrial revolution, more children attended formal schools.
Which of the following statements best explains why this change in schooling developed?
1)after the industrial revolution, parents no longer worked in their homes.
2)pre-industrial family members had special tasks at home and i the factories.
3)more hands ment increased production
4)young children were unable to work in factories because their parents would not allow them to do so.
5)the number of large families declined in the industrial revolution.
What does that have to do with education?
im not sure
1 is correct. Since parents were working in factories, they weren't home to look after and teach their kids.
ok thank you
I hope you raise your grade in this class. :-)
how many children work at factories and how many get hurt