Professor Rogerson examines particular changes in the 1960s and the early 1970s in the pattern of secondary education in England and Wales with an emphasis on the immediate effects on institutions in the West Riding County Council in which he served. He details nationally the effects of Circular 10/65 and the arguments used by the Labour Party to justify its implementation as well as the growing backlash against comprehensive reorganisation within the Conservative Party.
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|Changes to the Education System of England and Wales in the last 70 years Part 3: The 1960s and the 1970s|
|David Rogerson||294 - 310|
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