Secondary Education in England, 1870-1902: Public Activity and Private Enterprise

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Index

A.General Themes

a
Acts of Parliament, Parliamentary Bills:
Endowed Schools Act 1869 5 - 7
Education Act 1870 3 , 7 , 17 , 88
Endowed Schools Act 1873 7
Endowed Schools Act 1874 7
City Parochial Charities Act 1883 88
Technical Instruction Act 1889 107
Welsh Intermediate Education Act 1889 68 , 107 , 247 -8
Local Taxation (Customs and Excise) Act 1890 107
Education Bill 1896 249
Board of Education Act 1899 247
Education Act 1902 251 -2
agricultural depression, effects of 40 , 70 -1
almshouses and charitable payments 15 - 16

b
Board of Education 97 , 101 , 249 -50
Brewers’ Company 18 , 207

c
careers:
county council scholarship holders 111 -12;
elementary school scholarship holders 81 -3;
public schoolboys 139 -41;
pupils in girls’ schools 214 ;
pupils in higher-grade schools 114 -15;
women’s education and 231 , 233 -6
Charity Commission 3 , 7 , 25 , 42 , 58 - 60 , 68 , 203 ;
and religious issues 32
Church Schools Company 158 , 202 , 225
City and Guilds of London Institute for the advancement of technical education 87
class barriers 21 -2, 24 , 79 , 158 , 244 ;
in girls’ education 201 , 203 , 215 , 217 , 220 , 230
‘Cockerton judgment’ 250 -1
College of Preceptors 166 , 170 , 171 , 183
Coventry, opposition to scheme by freemen 31
curriculum:
general 33 - 42 , 166 , 174 ;
girls’ schools 237 -8;
public schools 152 -3;
‘specific’ subjects 92 , 96 ;
see Greek, teaching of;
scientific and technical education

d
denominational schools:
Anglican 193 -4, 225 ;
Methodist 194 -5, 226 ;
Quaker 195 -6, 226 ;
Roman Catholic 196 -8, 226 -8;
in Yorkshire 175

e
elementary schools 7 , 14 - 15 , 16 - 17 , 60 , 165
Endowed Schools Commission 3 , 5 , 6 , 7 - 9 , 42 , 58 ;
difficulties over religion 31 -2;
and North London Collegiate School 207 ;
and public schools 121 -2
exhibitions see scholarships and exhibitions

f
Fabian Society 251
free education 3 , 16 - 17 , 60 -1, 80 , 100

g
games:
in girls’ schools 221 , 224 , 238 -9;
at Loretto 188 ;
in private schools 169 , 175 ;
in public schools 129 -32
girls’ education:
achievements of 241 , 246 ;
at Birmingham 51 ;
at Bristol 45 -9;
and endowments 202 -3;
and

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