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    • Working Class Education The forgotten history
    • FocusExamine the evidence for the existence ofworking-class private schoolsDiscuss the significance of working-classmovements to the development of massschoolingExplore the construction of the working-class in accounts of the history of education C.L.Tupling
    • Typical FocusState involvementChurchProvision for working-class C.L.Tupling
    • Private Schools - Nomenclature
    • 1818 Select Committeeon the Education of the Dames Schools Ordinary Schools C.L.Tupling
    • Statistical SocietiesSuperior SchoolsMiddling Day Schools“Private Schools for the Education of thePoor” C.L.Tupling
    • 1833 Education Enquiry Infant Schools Daily Schools Sunday Schools C.L.Tupling
    • 1851 Education Census‘Private Schools for the Education of thePoor’Inferior Schools - ‘Principally Dame Schools’Private Adventure Schools C.L.Tupling
    • Characteristics of Working Class Private Schools Not sequential Gender Status Subjects C.L.Tupling
    • State Education
    • 1870 Education ActNumbers attending private, working-classschools?Numbers attending national, board andchurch schools?Continuation of working-class private schools C.L.Tupling
    • Disappearance of Working- Class Private schools Loss of control Private becomes elite Competition Regulation C.L.Tupling
    • School Strikes - “meaninglessinsubordination”?
    • 1889 - ‘The schoolboy strike’Spread across Scotland, England & Wales C.L.Tupling
    • September 1911Llanelli through Wales, England and Scotland C.L.Tupling
    • ContextWorking-class representationEducation policy C.L.Tupling
    • Burston Strike School1914-39 ‘The longest strike in history’Role of the teachers, squirearchy, pupils C.L.Tupling
    • Lowestoft School Strikes 1923Teachers’ disputeParental dissatisfactionPupil SupportEstablishment of alternative schools C.L.Tupling
    • ConsiderationsDominance of the emergence of StateEducation storyWorking class culture, organisation, andresistance Nomenclature reflects an “idealiseddefinition” (Gardner, 1984: 47) C.L.Tupling
    • ConclusionsHistory of education vs history of statelegislationProblematic construction of the working-classAlternative education provisionMeanings of ‘private’ education C.L.Tupling
    • C.L.Tupling