Changes in British education

  • Gerard O’Donnell
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Part of the Macmillan Master Series book series

Abstract

The first schools in Britain were run by the Church and produced the clerics who doubled as priests and the civil service of the period. Later, the first ‘public’ and grammar schools appeared, to provide for the needs of the new merchant class.

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© Gerard O’Donnell 1994

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  • Gerard O’Donnell

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