This is the first book which authoritatively reviews the UK expenditure on education from 1920 a 1955, both by local authorities and private schools. The book takes the main elements of education in turn and discusses them in detail. There are original studies of local authority finance, of teachers' pay and of the economics of private education. It examines educational spending by social class and compares the growth of educational services in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.... university is now, for example, about eighteen times more likely to be professional and managerial than unskilled manual work. ... professional training has obviously benefited substantially from the contributions of many taxpapers and ratepayers to the public education system. ... and especially to Lady Rhys Williams Contents FOREWORD BY PROFESSOR R. M. TITMUSS AUTHORa#39;S PREFACE 12anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Costs of Education|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2011-12-08|