- Words: 3665
- Length: 13 Pages
- Topic: Teaching
- Paper #: 49376107
In this regard, Frye notes that, "The social changes appeared most profoundly to the majority of citizens not in the statistics of gross national product or the growth of technological inventions but in the dramatic occupational changes that faced fathers and sons and mothers and daughters" (1999, p. 4).
The innovations in technology that followed the Industrial Revolution also served to shift the emphasis on education for agricultural jobs to