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The comprehensive ideal
The rise of comprehensive schooling
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1944 Education Act A. H. Halsey ability and aptitude able children abolished abolition academic argued attempt authorities Brian Simon Britain Caroline Benn cent chapter Circular claimed compre comprehensive education comprehensive principle comprehensive reorganisation comprehensive schools comprehensive system Countesthorpe course create curriculum Daunt demand despite difficult Donnison doubt egalitarian eleven eleven-plus Ellen Wilkinson equality of opportunity examinations example failure favour going comprehensive grammar schools groups Hargreaves headmaster hensive schools HMIs independent schools Labour Party large schools LEAs least mixed ability mixed-ability classes Nevertheless noted option organisation pastoral Pedley's perhaps political politicians practice prehensive schooling principle of equality private schools Professor Pedley pupils question quoted reform Reid school system secondary education secondary schools selective schools selective system Shirley Williams sive schools sixteen sixth forms sixth-form colleges socialist society staff supporters of comprehensive teachers theory tripartite system universities whilst