Professor Rogerson's reflective evaluation of the 1950s and 1960s’ difficulty for both politicians and officers on how reorganisation was to be achieved rigorously demonstrates that what was negotiated with the education act was the relationship between central and local government and between local government and localities.
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|Change in the Education System in England and Wales since the Second World War Part 2:The Developing Pattern 1950s and 1960s|
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