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The intellectual and social climate of the nineteenth century; 2. Recurrent reasons for educational expansion in England; 3. The raw material; 4. English Education by David Wardle,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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English Popular Education: David Wardle - - British Journal of Educational Studies 19 (2) English Education and the Radicals Education and Society in Nineteenth-Century Nottingham (Cambridge Texts and Studies in the History of Education) by Wardle David () Hardcover Jan 1, English Popular Education, Second Edition David Wardle "The book begins with a study of the late eighteenth-century climate of opinion and the need for educational expansion; then it surveys the 'raw material' of education, the development of administration, curricula, and teaching methods, and English popular education changing role and status of teachers.
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Higher education was extremely limited, with a mere five universities being established, none of which admitted women. The problem with this was that Britain was largely a patriarchal society and allowing women this level of education was likely to upset the status quo and that armed with this kind of knowledge it was perceived that women might start to become empowered.5/5(2).
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