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origins and influence of the Clarendon commission (1861-1864), with special reference to Shrewsbury School

Colin Shrosbree

origins and influence of the Clarendon commission (1861-1864), with special reference to Shrewsbury School

by Colin Shrosbree

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shrewsbury School.

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    Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of History and Philosophy of Education.

    Statementby Colin John Shrosbree.
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    Open LibraryOL13827228M

    The mythical figure of the public-school ‘Old Boy’ has long had a hold on the British cultural imagination. But, as Aaron Reeves and Sam Friedman explain, alumni of elite schools continue to enjoy very real advantages in reaching the elite.. Of the fifty-four Prime Ministers elected to office in Great Britain, a staggering thirty-six (67%) were educated at one of just nine elite schools. The Clarendon family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Clarendon families were found in the USA in In there were 14 Clarendon families living in New Jersey. This was about 39% of all the recorded Clarendon's in the USA. New Jersey had the highest population of Clarendon families.

      The royal commission is an ancient British institution; William I's royal mandate leading to the creation of the Domesday Book is usually cited as the first royal commission.7 Tudor monarchs frequently used them and subsequent governments continued to appoint them until they fell into disfavour after the Revolution of They were. Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective; In each issue of Origins, an academic expert will analyze a particular current issue – political, cultural, or social – in a larger, deeper context. In addition to the analysis provided by each month’s feature, Origins will also include images, maps, graphs and other material to complement the essay.

    The Constitutions of Clarendon represent an attempt by Henry II to exert state control over the Church in England. During the turmoil of the Civil War (see Stephen and Maud) the church had extended its sphere of influence, and Henry was doing his best to reverse that trend. Constitutions were.   At this point, I should note that the book was published in , that is one year before the appearance of the Commission’s White Paper. In a sense, this part of the book (the very final chapter) is outdated since we now have an idea about how the Commission .


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Origins and influence of the Clarendon commission (1861-1864), with special reference to Shrewsbury School by Colin Shrosbree Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Clarendon Commission was a royal commission established in to investigate the state of nine leading schools in England, in the wake of complaints about the finances, buildings, and management of Eton sat untilwhen its report was published with general recommendations on questions of curriculum and governance.

The Clarendon Report gives a detailed picture of life in. Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon (18 February – 9 December ), was an English statesman, diplomat and historian, who served as chief advisor to Charles I during the First English Civil War, and Lord Chancellor to his son from to Unlike many contemporaries, Hyde largely avoided involvement in the political disputes of the s, until elected to the Long Parliament in Parents: Henry Hyde, Mary Langford.

Public Schools and Private Education: The Clarendon Commission,and the Public Schools Acts Colin Shrosbree Manchester University Press, - Education - pages. Download Clarendon Book, font family Clarendon by with Book weight and style, download file name is e Name: Other articles where Council of Clarendon is discussed: United Kingdom: Struggle with Thomas Becket: reached a crisis at the Council of Clarendon in In the Constitutions of Clarendon Henry tried to set down in writing the ancient customs of the land.

The most controversial issue proved to be that of jurisdiction over “criminous clerks” (clerics who had committed crimes); the king. The Clarendon Report constitutes the single richest source for the curriculum, finances, management and social life of the nine leading schools: Eton, Winchester, Harrow, Rugby, Charterhouse, Westminster, Shrewsbury, St Pauls and Merchant Taylors.

All of these were boarding schools except the last two. The Report is a basic resource for such topics as fagging and bullying, the dominance of. Ten individuals are responsible for the development of modern physical diagnosis: Hippocrates, Vesalius, Morgagni, Sydenham, Auenbrugger, Corvisart, Laennec, Louis, Mueller, and Osler.

Their accomplishments form a "golden thread [that runs] throughout the history of the world, consecutive and continuous, the work of the best men in successive ages" (Moxon, quoted by William Osler).Cited by: Set apart from the other grammar schools by the Clarendon Commission oftheir influence on the state system has been enormous.

Severed from the national provision of public education, they have put prestige and ancient endowments at the service of wealth and patronage. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Edward Hyde Clarendon (Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, To Which is Added an Historical View of the Affairs of Ireland (8 volumes; Oxford, At the Clarendon Press, Thus, while the Clarendon Commission of decided that the education of the upper classes (including now many of the upper middle c lasses) in the major public schools should co ntinue to be.

The increased emphasis on modern languages, history and science in the curriculum at a school like St. Mary's Hall during the last quarter of the nineteenth century, for example, reflects, in part, the Clarendon Commission's recommendations for both constituting and improving educational opportunities available for girls.

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This is the report of a Royal Commission established by the Earl of Clarendon in to investigate the revenues, management, studies and instruction of the nine leading public schools. The prime motivation was to reform the management and finance of Eton College, but this was veiled by broadening the Commission's scope.

The Report led to an Act of Parliament which laid down new rules for the. The great public schools are central to any discussion of English secondary education.

Founded as public endowments, they are the basis of private education. Set apart from the other grammar schools by the Clarendon Commission oftheir influence Author: Colin Shrosbree.

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A Royal Commission, the Clarendon Commission (–), investigated nine of the more established schools, including seven boarding schools (Charterhouse, Eton, Harrow, Rugby, Shrewsbury, Westminster and Winchester) and two day schools (St Paul's and the Merchant Taylors').

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© Liberty Fund, Inc. What is the Clarendon Press? Oxford University Press came to be known as "The Clarendon Press" when printing moved from the Sheldonian Theatre to the Clarendon Building in Broad Street in The name continued to be used when OUP moved to its present site in Oxford in Clarendon County Government.

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