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THE EDUCATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES TO The exclusion for the purposes of this history, of the cities of London and Westminster puts the historian of education at something of a disadvantage, especially when he wishes to give a general description of the evolving pattern of educational provision, for, in the period under review, city, parochial, and even county.
Orthodoxy locates the beginnings of worthwhile secondary and higher education for English women in the establishment of the Governesses’ Benevolent Institution inand the people and institutions associated with this reform movement have been well documented.¹ Under the auspices of Christian socialist Professor R.D.
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The parishes were to be at liberty to maintain their poor children in the working schools, or to lodge them there or keep them only during the hours of labor, Page 75 and then feed them there or give them work to do at home.
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