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Recently there has been increased dissatisfaction of the education system in Europe and the United States. While the United States has had a long history of “public schools,” Britain was slow to move towards schools that educated many students. 1,293 more words
Both Stephanie and Nancy are presenting papers at conferences this summer.
Stephanie offers a paper entitled “Independent women: education and economics in US and UK early twentieth century,” which considers the relationship between education, economics and young women’s independence as it was presented to teenage readers of school and college fiction in the first fifty years of the twentieth century. 102 more words
These days we take education somewhat for granted in many parts of the world and perhaps rightly so. But I decided to go way back and inspect historical reasons for why the modern school system was created in the 18th and 19th century in Europe. 370 more words