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

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7.1 Occupations of parents, Macclesfield, 1869
7.2 Occupations of parents at three Yorkshire schools, 1897-9
7.3 Occupations of parents, St Bartholomew’s Grammar School, Newbury, c.1890
7.4 Occupations of parents, Owen’s School (boys’), Islington, 1898
7.5 Scholarships at secondary schools, 1882
7.6 Scholarships and occupations of parents, 1884
8.1 Standards taught in higher-grade schools, 1894
9.1 Subjects taught in Bradford higher-grade schools, 1894
10.1 Schools of science, 1901
10.2 Schools of science in Lancashire and Yorkshire (West Riding), 1901
10.3 Occupations of parents of county scholars, 1896-9
10.4 Occupations of former county scholarship holders, Leicestershire, 1893-9
10.5 Parents of pupils, Manchester Central School, 1896-7
10.6 Occupations of former pupils of higher grade schools, Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, 1894, 1897
12.1 Number of officers from thirty-two public schools who served in the South African War, 1899-1902
12.2 Careers of old boys of three schools, 1880-9
14.1 Pupils at Norfolk secondary schools, c. 1894
15.1 Candidates for Cambridge Local Examinations, December 1893
15.2 Pupils in private secondary and other schools, 1897
15.3 Private schools: age of pupils and size of schools, 1897
15.4 Private schools, county by county, 1879 (boys’ schools)
16.1 Ages of admission to St Andrew’s Middle-class School, Litchurch, Derby, 1869-91
16.2 Occupations of parents, St Andrew’s Middle-class School, Litchurch, Derby, 1869-91
19.1 Occupations of fathers of girls admitted to London middle schools with scholarships, c. 1890
22.1 Occupations of former pupils (girls) from two London middle schools, c. 1890

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