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The English public school
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Until his retirement in 2011, Dr Martin Stephen was High Master of St Paul's School, and before that of Manchester Grammar School, two of the most aca...
Natural born learners
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Learning is the soul of our species. From our first steps to our last words, we are what we learn. Our education predicts how much we'll earn, how con...

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Jane Robinson's Bluestockings is the incredible story of the fight for female education in Britain. In 1869, when five women enrolled at university fo...
Understanding Education
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This short book provides an introduction to the study of education, outlining the dual purpose of education - to help people live well and to help dev...

Universities and colleges
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What is a university? What is the University? How have universities evolved over the centuries? How might they change over the coming decades as the p...
Teacher preparation in Ireland
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Fifty years ago, in 1967, free education was introduced in Ireland for attendance at second-level schools and great expansion of provision of educatio...

The great university gamble
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In 2010 the UK government imposed huge cuts and market-driven reforms on higher education. Proposals to raise undergraduate tuition fees lead to angry...
The Capitalist University
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Can the ivory tower rise above capitalism? Or are the humanities and social sciences merely handmaids to the American imperial order? The Capitalist U...

Girls coming to tech
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How women coped with both formal barriers and informal opposition to their entry into the traditionally masculine field of engineering in American hig...
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Part of the new Ladybird Expert series, Armageddon is an accessible and authoritative introduction to an idea so deep-rooted in our culture that it's ...

Historic New Lanark
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This updated edition, now published in the Edinburgh Classic Editions series, is the definitive account of the most famous of Scotland's pioneering so...
A university education
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Universities have a crucial role in the modern world. In England entrance to universities is by nation-wide competition which means English universiti...

Irish education and Catholic Emancipation, 1791-1831
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The restrictions applied to Catholics in the early eighteenth century to curtail their political and economic power in Ireland were gradually removed ...
Sarah Schenirer and the Bais Yaakov movement
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National Jewish Book Awards 2019 Winner of the Barbara Dobkin Award for Women's Studies and Finalist for Education and Jewish Identity.Sarah Schenirer...

Tackling social disadvantage through teacher education
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This book addresses key issues related to teaching pupils from disadvantaged and impoverished backgrounds and provides a valuable reference and pedago...
Scots kith & kin
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Guide to over 4,000 Scottish family names and their clan affiliations with pull out map of Scotland. Whether you are a Highlander curious in your loca...

Teachers' strangest tales
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A hilarious assortment of the weirdest and wackiest tales ever to come out of the classroom - and they're all true. Featuring the flamboyant swimming ...
Finding our way home
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Finding Our Way Home: Women's Accounts of Being Sent to Boarding School shares the personal stories of sixteen women, all of whom were sent away to bo...

Natural born learners
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Learning is the soul of our species. From our first steps to our last words, we are what we learn. But for all its obvious importance, learning has lo...
Coming to terms
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A remarkable read; part memoir, part history, part social portrait, which captures the very essence of the city and university of Cambridge. Wide-ranging and eclectic, erudite and accessible, it introduces a varied cast of characters who have helped give Cambridge its special charm, from High Table to Low Fen.

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