Originally published in 1974. This final volume in the trilogy is concerned primarily with comparing the academic progress made by pupils of near-equal ability in the two types of school. It considers attainment in different subjects but also attitudes to different subjects and then follows up with a study of university students from both types of school background.
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Preface. Introduction Part 1: Attainment 1. General Attainment I 2. General Attainment II: A Special Study 3. Attainment in Mathematics 4. Qualifications and Distribution of Teachers of Mathematics 5. Teaching of Mathematics: A New Theory 6. Attainment in English 7. Comparative Progress in University R. R. Dale and P. McC. Miller Part 2: Attitude to School Work and School Subjects: A Miscellany of Papers 8. The Surveys 9. Attitudes to School Studies 10. Attitudes to Arithmetic and Mathematics 11. Attitudes to English Literature, French and Physics 12. Type of School and Attitude to Physical Activities 13. Type of School and Popularity of Cookery and Needlework 14. Attitudes of Boys and Girls to History 15. Attitudes of Boys and Girls to Scripture R. R. Dale and J. A. Jones Part 3: A Follow-Up Research 16. Comparative Attitudes of University Students from Co-educational and Single-sex Schools Towards School, University and the Opposite Sex R. R. Dale and P. McC. Miller Part 4: Overview 17. Overview. Appendix 1: The Questionnaires. Appendix 2: Additional Tables. Appendix 3: The Douglas National Sample: A Fundamental Fallacy