THE RISE OF THE SCHOOLED SOCIETY, the History of Formal Schooling in England,

By: David Wardle

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, publishers, London - ISBN:0710077173 first edition, 1974. hardcover, 5¾" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Previous owner's names to front endpaper.GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Dr David Wardle discusses the changing relationship between home and school, referring to the progressive widening of the school's role in relation to parents, the church, various peer groups, and work. The primary concern of this study is to examine the historical developments which have made the argument that formal institutional education has outgrown its usefulness, and has become an obstacle to social reform.

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