The Schools of Medieval England

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Works on the history of schools, by Arthur F. Leach, formerly Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford.
GENERAL
Educational Charters and Documents. lii and 582 pp. Cambridge University Press, 1911.

Gives the text and translation of salient documents illustrating the existence and conduct of schools from the first mention by Bede of the institution of a grammar school in East Anglia in 631, copied from that at Canterbury, to the scheme for Andover Grammar School in 1909. Of the 161 documents printed, 142 relate to the period before 1547, and 19 of these to the period before the Norman Conquest.

English Schools at the Reformation. xvi, 122, and 346 pp. Archibald Constable & Co., 1894.

Part I sums up and explains by reference to previous history, Part II; which contains the Certificates made under the Acts for the dissolution of Colleges and Chantries, so far as they relate to schools, and the warrants issued under Edward VI for the re-grant of endowments to the few schools which were re-endowed by him as Free Grammar Schools.

Free Grammar Schools. The National Observer, September, October, 1896.
An explain of the origin and true meaning of the term. See also The True Meaning of Free Schools. Journal of Education, June, July, 1908.
Edward VI: Spoiler of Schools. 21 pp. Contemporary Review, September, 1892.
School Supply in the Middle Ages. 9 pp. Contemporary Review, November, 1894.
Memorandum on the History of Endowed Schools. 19 pp. Report of the Royal Commission on Secondary Education, V, 57-76, 1895.
The School Boys' Feast. 15 pp. Fortnightly Review, January, 1896.
The Origin of Oxford. 11 pp. and 2 pp. National Review, September, 1896. The Oxford Magazine, May, 1912.
Schools. 43 pp. Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th ed., 1911.
The ancient Schools in the City of London and Christ's Hospital, in Sir Walter Besant's London, The City. (The Survey of London.) 11 and 44 pp. (pp. 300-19 and 385-429). Adam & Charles Black, 1910.
The Medieval Education of Women. Journal of Education, October, Nobvember, December, 1910.
The Humanists in Education. The Classical Review, August, 1910.
Education, the Church in relation to. Dictionary of English Church History. Mowbray, 1912.

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