The Young Colonials: A Social History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago, 1834-1939

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Contents
Acknowledgements / ix
List of Abbreviations / x
[1] Foundation of Education in the Nineteenth Century
The first primary schools 1834-1869 / 1
The ward schools of Lord Harris 1849-1869 / 6
St Joseph's Convent, Queen's Royal College and the College of the Immaculate Conception 1836-1869 / 14
The evolution of the dual system 1870-1902 / 29
The financing of the dual system 1870-1902 / 41
The education of the Indians 1868-1902 / 47
The training of teachers 1836-1902 / 56
Education and social mobility 1834-1902 / 65
[2] The Age of Marriott and Cutteridge
The imposition of agricultural education 1897-1922 / 78
The schools on the eve of reform 1902-1917 / 87
The introduction of science and progressive ideas 1916-1932 / 95
The control of the dual system 1921-1931 / 104
The integration of the Tobago schools 1889-1931 / 111
The transformation of the Government Training College 1921-1939 / 121
New perspectives on secondary education 1926-1935 / 135
The emergence of a government programme of expansion 1932-1939 / 146
The beginning of technical/vocational education 1906-1939 / 156
The growth of the educated middle class 1902-1939 / 166
[3] The Challenge of the Teachers
The revolt of the Indians 1928-1939 / 179
The labour protest of the black teachers 1930-1939 / 191
Education and nationalist strivings in the 1930s / 202
The survival of the dual system 1930-1939 / 211
The absence of a university 1922-1939 / 215

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • [ 1 ] - Foundations of Education in the Nineteenth Century 1
  • 2 - The Age of Marriott and Cutteridge 78
  • [3] - The Challenge of the Teachers 179
  • [4] - Perspectives on Special Topics 222
  • Epilogue 287
  • Appendixes 293
  • Notes 339
  • Select Bibliography 366
  • Index 375
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