Dorethea Beale

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  • Dorothea Beale.
    • Her life and beliefs.
      • Rich dad - good and privileged upbringing.
      • She attended Queen's college in London
      • School was important.
      • Female education should be fit for her future roles in life.
    • Her contribution to schooling.
      • She donated lots of money to CLC which helped needy students.
      • She funded St Hilda's college, Oxford, in 1892.
    • Career.
      • Head at CLC between 1858-1906.
      • Head at Clergy Daughters' School in 1856 for two years.
      • She wrote school textbooks inc. Textbook of General History in 1857
    • Involvement in suffrage.
      • She was a member of the Kensington Society for woman's suffrage.
      • She was vice presidant of the Centeral Society for Woman's Suffrage.

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