By G. McCulloch
Tracing the lifetime of Sir Cyril Norwood, one in all England's such a lot favorite and influential educators, this booklet investigates the ancient improvement of secondary schooling in England and Wales through the early 20th century.
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When he applied to become the headmaster of Rugby School, at the age of thirty-two, one of his testimonials, from Dr. Hawkins, the Provost of Oriel, predicted that if he was appointed he would change the face of education throughout the public schools of England. 65 Arnold established a number of key features at Rugby that were imitated in public schools elsewhere, notably the authority of the headmaster, the importance of religion, a corporate ideal of the school as a whole, and the role of prefects in helping to maintain order.
He made frequent contributions to the Debating Society, contributions that demonstrated an active interest in current political issues. ”59 There was in this perhaps an interesting hint that he favored active State involvement to help bring about desirable social ends. ”60 Such an argument, orthodox in the context of a Victorian public school, is also a reminder of the potency of the precepts as well as the languages of classical civilizations in late-nineteenth-century English elite education.
14 Bryce acknowledged that it was difficult for the trustees and masters of the schools to repair buildings, and even more so to erect new and more suitable school premises. Finance for large-scale renovation was lacking, especially in the country districts, and with funds of their own the schools were expected to provide for themselves rather than seek support from elsewhere. Thus, coming to a conclusion based on his inspections in Lancashire, Bryce was greatly concerned about the condition and prospects of rural endowed schools.