Educational Reform: The Task of the Board of Education, Volume 24

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Routledge, Dec 8, 2011 - Education - 140 pages
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As well as examining the history and contemporary state of primary and secondary education in England and Wales at the turn of the 19th Century, this volume provides comparative analyses of the education of Germany, Denmark and the British Empire (particularly India). Commercial, industrial and agricultural education is discussed, as is the training of teachers and methods of assessment.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER I THE CLOSE OF AN EPOCH IN OUR EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
1
CHAPTER II REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL RESOURCES FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
13
CHAPTER III HIGHER TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL
47
CHAPTER IV AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
56
CHAPTER V ORGANISATION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
67
CHAPTER VI THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
79
CHAPTER VII THE REGISTRATION OF TEACHERS
88
CHAPTER VIII THE INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS
95
CHAPTER IX THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND WELSH SECONDARY SCHOOLS
105
CHAPTER X LOCAL AUTHORITIES FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
114
CHAPTER XI THE NATIONS OPPORTUNITY
124
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