The State and Educational Change: Essays in the History of Education and Pedagogy

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Lawrence & Wishart, 1994 - Education - 199 pages
This volume examines the role of the state in education. The opening essay, Why should we teach the history of education?, sets out to make a renewed case for the study of the history of education by all those involved in the educational process, especially policy-makers.

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The State and Educational Change 18501870
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the Role of Executive Commissioners
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Charity and the Public Schools
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