The State and Educational Change: Essays in the History of Education and Pedagogy
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 Role of Executive Commissioners
Charity and the Public Schools
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Culture and Pedagogy: International Comparisons in Primary Education
Robin J. Alexander
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