Originally published in 1991, this title was begun just before passage of the Education Reform Act of 1988 (ERA 88), which was implemented in the 1990s. This major act along with still-in-force provisions of the 1944 Education Act (with its 17 amendments) comprises the statutes governing education in England and Wales. The study reflects both the criticism and the praise showered on that important legislation, particularly in the Brief History and School Structure sections, and in Chapter 1 with its longer than usual annotations on ERA 88.
Series Editor’s Foreword. Preface. Introduction. Bibliography 1. Education Reform Act of 1988 (ERA 88) 2. Administration 3. History of Education 4. Early Childhood Education 5. Primary (Elementary) Education 6. Secondary Education 7. Teacher Educationeo 8. Higher Education: A. Universities B. General C. Open University D. Polytechnics E. Finance 9. Postschool (age 16+) Further and Adult Education 10. Vocational Training and Technical Education 11. Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education 12. Wales and Welsh Language 13. Women’s and Girls’ Education. Journals Used. Author Index. Subject Index.
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