The Evolution Of The Comprehensive School

Author: David Rubinstein
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135030820
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Originally published 1969. This reprints the second edition of 1973, with updated reading list and bibliography.This volume sets the movement towards comprehensive education against its historical background and discuss the main reasons for the decision to establish a national comprehensive system.

The Tuc And Education Reform 1926 1970

Author: Dr Clive Griggs
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134724012
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This book covers a crucial period for the development of state education in Britain; the advent of the comprehensive debate before and during the Second World War; the War years themselves and the 1944 Education Act; the post-War Labour Government; and Churchill's last government in a time of education expansion. From the 1960s, the focus shifted to questions of social deprivation and educational opportunities, secondary school selection, the debate on standards, Robbins and higher education, and the continuing theme of the dominance of public schools. The book is divided into four sections, which are then divided into chapters. Each chapter takes as its main reference point a key issue within the chronological framework of the book, e.g. resistance to secondary education for all, politics and textbooks, multilateral and technical schools, pressure groups and the 1944 Education Act, Churchill and the Conservatives. Much new light is thrown on the topics by the author's use of new material and he has made a valuable contribution to the politics of education.

The Comprehensive Public High School

Author: G. Sherington
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1403982910
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This book traces the decline of the public comprehensive high school. New educational markets emphasized school diversity and parental choice rather than social equity through common schooling, and they were criticized for declining standards. The book also considers government education policies and their regional manifestations.

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Contemporary Authors

Author: Cynthia R. Fadool
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ISBN: 9780810300286
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Entries contain personal and career information on contemporary authors as well as their published writings and work in progress

Teacher Preparation In Ireland

Author: Thomas O'Donoghue
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1787145115
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This study of teacher preparation policy and practice in Ireland from Independence in 1921 to the present, highlights, within an international context, the extent to which the focus of preparation moved from nation-building until 1967, when free second-level education was introduced, to one concerned with improving the country’s human capital.