The English Education Bill

Lindsay, Kenneth
April 1944
New Republic;4/17/44, Vol. 110 Issue 16, p528
Focuses on the English education bill which is a rewriting as well as a consolidation of the education law for England and Wales. Effect of the religious origin of various schools on the present system of education; Achievement of continuous schooling from the age of two to eighteen through the bill; Description of the secondary education system in the country.


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