20 Life Lessons from the 1900s Still Relevant Today
It wasn’t until the early part of the 20th century that child-labor laws were enacted and children had to attend school.
By 1900, 31 states required children aged 8 to 14 to attend school. After school, lifelong learning was limited to what one read in books and newspapers.
Today, lifelong learning is important for personal and professional development and more accessible.