Alcester National Schools 1871-1903
By: Karyl Rees (author)Paperback
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Education is constantly in the news, with changes in teaching methods, manipulation of the school day, the introduction of more and different examinations, criticisms of teachers and pupil behaviour, talk of 'payment by results', lack of resources and calls for more investment in schools. Between 1871 and 1903, these same problems were faced by schools all over England. This book looks at the development of Alcester National Schools - boys, girls and infants being in different departments - and how the people involved coped with the constant challenges. It also offers a glimpse into the lives of the people of the town and its surroundings.
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