EDUCATION

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PRE 1918
formal ed compuls in 1880, presitgious schools mainly for boys to prep for uni // most schools only provided primary ecucation (church and charity help)
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1902 Education Act
In exchange for state funding 1k gram schools agreed to offer 25% of places to non-fee students (exam) BUT, by 1914 out of every 1000 elementary schools, 56 gained a place
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1918 'FISHER EDUCATION ACT (aimed to widen access)
leaving age 14 // nurseries and one day a week 'contribution schools' (14+) // scrapping elementary fees // free health checks BUT Geddes Axe prevented
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1926 Haddow Report
recommned elementaries be replaced w/ primary's (5-11) // a tripartite sys
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1944 BUTLER EDUCATION ACT - to tackle 'ignorance' giant
leaving age 15 // Secondary edu free and universal and introduced the triparite model
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TRIPARITE MODEL
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS: mechanical and tech (few made) // MODERN SCHOOLS: 70% went, leave at 15 w/ Cert of Edu // GRAMMAR SCHOOLS:11+, academic, 20% went, leave at 16 w/ o-level and some A Level to go uni // Reality: G' had 3x resources
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THE CROSLANF CIRCULAR 1965
Debate: should comprehensive schools replace the tripartite sys // 1964 10% of pupils comp - 1979, 90%
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THE 1967 PLOWDEN REPORT
promoted more liberal teaching methods e.g. projct work>teacher led // parents worried of 'trendy teachers' // no uniforms and call teachers by first name // case study: Willian Tyndale Junior School
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GCS, 1965
O-Level alternative, deemed unferior but left some sort of qualification
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THE 1973 EDUCATION ACT
leaving age 16, LEAs set work experience to help employment (esp in 70s!)
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UNIVERSITY PRE 1963
more students after recognition of eco value // funding in 1919 £1mill, 1962 £80mill // WW2 big increase// more classics and art>science // 13% Oxbridge female
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THE 1963 ROBBINS REPORT (wanted more funding and nat. grant)
1962-70, unis went from 22 to 46 // CNAA allowed non-uni degrees and open unis // big increase (not as much as US and EU) // meant + social mobility and educated workforce (+salaries demanded bc of skill) // lewss pressure to leave school young
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1902 Education Act

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In exchange for state funding 1k gram schools agreed to offer 25% of places to non-fee students (exam) BUT, by 1914 out of every 1000 elementary schools, 56 gained a place

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1918 'FISHER EDUCATION ACT (aimed to widen access)

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1926 Haddow Report

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1944 BUTLER EDUCATION ACT - to tackle 'ignorance' giant

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