Educating the Respectable

Author: Professor W E Marsden
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135784027
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Under its first headmaster, W.B. Adams, Fleet Road Board School was an outstanding success, described by a contemporary journal as the finest elementary school in Europe.' This study explains the school's success using contemporary sources, and newspapers and the oral evidence of ex-pupils.

Targeting Schools

Author: Alan Penn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136225420
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Militarism was inseparable from imperialism in Britain, as in other imperialist nations, and its proponents saw schools as ideal means by which to give the nation's youth an early introduction to military drill. This book traces the history of military drill for pupils in elementary schools from 1870-1914.

The English Higher Grade Schools

Author: Meriel Vlaeminke
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136225714
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The English higher grade schools formed a key part of an expanding 19th-century education system, but they threatened the vested interests of a powerful Establishment bent on reaffirming the status quo. The author analyzes the 1902 Education Act as a retrogressive move by which much was lost.

Gender Colonialism and Education

Author: Joyce Goodman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134981686
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An examination of the ways in which gender intersects with informal and formal education in England, Germany, Indonesia, South Africa, USA and the Netherlands. The book looks at various issues including: citizenship; authority; colonialism and education; and the construction of national identities.

Living Music in Schools 1923 1999

Author: Gordon Cox
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited
ISBN:
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This volume explores educational reforms and innovations in music teaching in England between 1923 and 1999. Gordon Cox investigates the key reforms which attempted to give life to music in schools, and describes teachers' reactions to such innovations. By taking classroom practice and teacher experiences as seriously as policy making and education rhetoric, this book broadens the horizons of historical investigation into music education.