Education in Victorian England

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American History

 

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Mary C

 

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June 21, 2015

 

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However, boys who were regularly left at public schools were unattended while not in classes and sometimes were found drinking, smoking, and gambling. During Victorian England, there was not much agreement of what should be taught, how it should be taught, how much to pay teachers, or whom to teach...
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Each school decided its own curriculum. Relationships between popular teachers and students were much closer, and could even be considered too close or improper in today's society. School students were much more affectionate with each other. Although the upper class generally had the best education, and the places in most schools, there were also "ragged schools"...
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