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19th century schools and teaching were provided for the children of enfranchised groups Schools were organised to run cheaply as possible Monitorial system - teacher teaches the monitors who then pass on their knowledge to the pupils The so-called Ragged Schools (supported by charity and provided education for the very poorest children of the cities.) 1833 Education Act gave the first Government grant to schools.
20th century 1902- Local Education Authorities had to finance secondary schools 1907- private secondary schools could get financial help from the government 1918- the power of the LEAs increased: schooling was made compulsory up to the age of 14 and this reorganised the government grants to schools 1944-all children should have an equal opportunity to participate in secondary education and it should be suited to their age.
The actions in Parliament Reform Act 1832- education was provided to the middle- class Reform Act 1867-respectable working-class children were provided with education Education Act 1880- everyone, at least up to the age of 10 had to attend school Education Act 1891- free education
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