1 edition of Education in Britain found in the catalog.
Education in Britain
Previous ed. 1944.
|Statement||by fifteen authors ; edited by R. A. Scott-James.|
|Contributions||Scott-James, R. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 94p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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It is a bitter irony of Wooster’s book that just as our emergent information economy requires a workforce.Read this book on Questia. The history of classical education in Britain may be said to begin in the y when the Roman governor Agricola, after the spectacular military successes with which his governorship began, took measures to bind his subjects more closely to Rome.
Victorian Britain nephew, and by had a class of 30 or 40 who he was teaching to read, from the Bible because it was the only book easily available. The idea spread to London. In19 Ragged Schools joined to form a Ragged School Union, headed by Lord Shaftesbury.
Parish workhouses were supposed to provide education for the.