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Changes in educational policies in Britain, 1800-1920

how gender inequalities reshaped the teaching profession

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        StatementEdwin Mellen Press
        PublishersEdwin Mellen Press
        LC Classifications2008
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages79
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        ISBN 100773449132
        Changing gender patterns in teachers employment and education, 1800s-1914 Dominies and domination: locating gender in Scottish education before 1872 Feminising of teaching, 1870-1900: a mixed blessing? Gender and unequal opportunities in teaching in the early twentieth century Thinking of joining a teachers union? Gender politics and equal pay, 1900-1920 Constructing a domestic sphere for girls in state education, 1830s-1900 Education, motherhood, and nationhood, 1900-1914.

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