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BRITISH EDUCATION
SYSTEM
Chapter 9
Purpose
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Teach basics – reading, writing,
arithmetic
Socialize the children-taught rules
and values needed to become good
citizens
State heavily involved –when, where,
how and what children taught
Controversial Decisions
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Should children be punished physically?
Currently corporal punishment banned in
UK
What sort of English should students
learn?
Should students be forced to speak in a
standardized way rather than regional
accents?
Controversy-not just about
education
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Britain is society where social class very
important
Educational policy can determine if class
inequality can be erased or continued
Continued debate over how “EQUAL” educational
opportunity should be
Important relationship between education and
social class
51% working class 49% middle class but
opportunities very different between classes
School Tie is Mark of Social Class
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Men wear school ties as belts –
proudly displaying attendance at
certain school
Attendance at certain school (like
Oxford or Cambridge) is single best
way to guarantee successful career
Where educated is very important for
your future
Oxford University
Oxford Campus
Oxford by Night
Students at Cambridge
Kings Chapel at Cambridge
HISTORY
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Today British education run by
government
Gvt. provides money, oversees standards
& tries for all quality ed.
Historically education was voluntary & set
up by Churches
Church influence still strong today with
daily prayers & hymn singing
WWll moved children to countryside
After WWll restructured 1944 Education
Act-entry to higher ed. Available for all
based on abilities not class
HISTORY CONTINUED
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All students given right to free secondary
& good education
1960’s-”Comprehensive schools”
introduced-most academically capable
sent to prepare Univ. while less capable
vocational schools
1989-National Curriculum-all must
study:english, mathematics, science,
religious ed. , history, geography,
technology, music, art, p.e. & a modern
foreign language. –pass National tests
PRESENT ED. SYSTEM
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COMPULSORY 5-15 (4-15 in NI)
State (free) or private
Gov. sometimes assist church schools
League tables school rankings
Usually go near home but may go a distance for better
education
5-11 primary 11-19 secondary
11+ test if pass educational emphasis on advanced
Academics
GCSE General certificate of secondary ed. Which shows
progress/course pursue
16 quit or exams for university or voc. Training
Every 16 & 17 guaranteed full-time ed or training
HIGHER EDUCATION
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Most Univ. public paid by gov.
Univ. of Buckingham exception (priv)
Long history back to 12 and 13th cent
Scottish univ. St. Andrews, Glasgow,
Edinburgh and Aberdeen 14 & 15th c.
Other univ. 19th and 20th centuries
Large growth in 1960’s
1992 polytechs and others-univ.
Higher Education Continued
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1991- 353,000 students in universities
87,000 from overseas(25,000 some
funding)
2000-1in 3 attend univ.
The Open University-No requirements to
register, take courses thru textbooks, TV,
radio, correspondence, videos, residential
schools and a network study centers
TOU-all walks of life-coal miners to
housewifes
TOU inspired the founding of China’s TV
and Radio University. BA, BS, MA, PHd
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