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The Rise of the Modern Education System Structural Change and Social Reproduction 1870-1920
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'... a provocative and, in many respects, valuable volume that should stir debate and interest. They have keyed on important questions in the sociology of knowledge and schooling.' History of Education
'The Rise of the Modern Educational System provides an introduction to recent research on European secondary education, disputes the myth that individual achievement in schooling typically allows social advancement, and identifies issues and questions still awaiting clarification. The contributors' efforts at transatlantic dialogue and collaboration also deserve to be lauded.' Academe
The Rise of the Modern Educational System is a pioneering socio-historical analysis of change and development in secondary education in three European countries (England, France, Germany) in the mid to late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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Book Description Cambridge University Press, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition with dust jacket - rare and collectable - will send out 1 st class post. Seller Inventory # mon0000020399