This set of 14 volumes, originally published between 1932 and 1995, amalgamates several topics on the history of education between the years 1800 and 1926, including women and education, education and the working-class, and the history of universities in the United Kingdom. This set also includes titles that focus on key figures in education, such as Samuel Wilderspin, Georg Kerschensteiner and Edward Thring. This collection of books from some of the leading scholars in the field provides a comprehensive overview of the subject and will be of particular interest to students of history, education and those undertaking teaching qualifications.
Table of Contents
1. The Education Act, 1918 Lawrence Andrews (1976) 2. Victorian Education and the Ideal of Womanhood Joan N. Burstyn (1980) 3. A History of Manchester College: From its Foundation in Manchester to its Establishment in Oxford V. D. Davis (1932) 4. His Truth is Marching On: African Americans Who Taught the Freedmen for the American Missionary Association, 1861-1877 Clara Merritt DeBoer (1995) 5. The Higher Education of Women in England and America, 1865-1920 Elizabeth Seymour Eschbach (1993) 6. Education and Imperial Unity, 1901-1926 James G. Greenlee (1987) 7. Pestalozzi: His Thought and its Relevance Today Michael Heafford (1967) 8. Elementary Schooling and the Working Classes, 1860-1918 J. (John) S. Hurt (1970) 9. The Origins of Civic Universities: Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool David R. Jones (1988) 10. The Educational World of Edward Thring: A Centenary Study Donald Leinster-Mackay (1987) 11. Samuel Wilderspin and the Infant School Movement Phillip McCann and Francis A. Young (1982) 12. Where Did We Go Wrong?: Industrial Performance, Education and the Economy in Victorian Britain Gordon Roderick and Michael Stephens (Eds.) (1981) 13. The Universities in the Nineteenth Century Michael Sanderson (Ed) (1975) 14. Georg Kerschensteiner: His Thought and its Relevance Today Diane Simons (1966)