Middle-Class Education and the Working of the Endowed Schools ACT (1885) Hardcover – 22 May 2010. by John Bond Lee (Author).
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The Endowed Schools Act 1869 was introduced in Britain during William Ewart Gladstone’s first ministry, to restructure endowed grammar schools. After the Clarendon Commission investigating nine leading schools led to Public Schools Act 1868 restructuring their trusts, the Taunton Commission was appointed to examine the remaining 782 endowed grammar schools.
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Bridgnorth Endowed School is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located in the market town of Bridgnorth in the rural county of Shropshire, England. Founded in 1503, The Endowed School is a state school and is a specialist Technology College. The age range of the school is 11–18 years. It was previously known as the Bridgnorth Grammar School, and the school celebrated the 500th anniversary of its foundation in 2003
This was the heartland of English middle-class education, provided through a large number of locally endowed . Educational Studies - "The book should be on the shelves of every education library and should form part of the reading of every aspiring headteacher.
This was the heartland of English middle-class education, provided through a large number of locally endowed grammar schools. However, although it could boast fine traditions and ideals, local provision of grammar schools tended increasingly to suffer from a lack of organization and resources. History of Education Quarterly- "The book gives a fascinating insight into elementary schooling in late nineteenth-century England, and it deserves a wide readership.
This was the heartland of English middle-class education, provided through a large number of locally endowed grammar . The potential for the State to provide support for secondary education on a national basis attracted many, but others were resistant. The Theory and Practice of Working Class Secondary Education (Buckingham, Open University Press, 1998) explored these elite and mass traditions respectively.