A Short History of Technical Education –Book References

This entry is part 20 of 20 in the series A Short History of Technical Education

The following set of book references has been useful whilst writing the history of technical and vocational education and compiling the chronology and glossary. Many are out of print but most can be obtained via inter-library loan, via internet book companies or from second hand bookshops. In addition I have started adding seminal and important articles from various journals and other publications. I hope the list proves of value to the readers. A key to the abbreviations used is given at the end of the list.

Corrected and expanded  August 2014.

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Abbot. A.  ‘Education for Industry and Commerce in England.’ OUP.  1933.

Abbot. A and Dalton. J. E. ‘Trade Schools on the Continent.’ Pamphlet no. 97. BoE.

Abramson. M, Bird. and Stennett. A. ‘Further and Higher Education Partnerships’. ISBN 0-335-19597-0. SRHE/OU. 1996.

Acland. A. H. D. and Jones. B. ‘Working-men Co-operators.’ Longmans. 1919.

Acland. T. D. ‘Some Account of the Origin and Objects of the New Oxford Examinations for the Title of Associate in Arts and Certificates for the Year 1858.’ Ridgeway, London. 1858.

Acland. A. H. D. ‘The Working of the Intermediate Act in Wales.’ Percival and Co. 1892.
Adamson. J.W. ‘A Short History of Education.’ CUP. 1919.
Adamson. J. W. ‘ English Education, 1789 – 1902.’  CUP. 1930.
Aldrich. R. (ed).  ‘A Century of Education.’ ISBN 0-415-24323-8. Routledge Falmer. 2002.

Aldrich. R. ‘The Institute of Education 1902-2002: A Centenary History’. IoE. London. 2002.

Aldrich. R. ‘Pioneers of Female Education in Victoria Britain.’ History of Education Society. Vol. 54. pages 56-61. 1994.
Alexander. W.P. ‘Education in England – The National System-How It Works.’ Newnes Educational Publisjhing Co. 1956.
Allaway. A. J, ‘Adult Education in England’ University of Leicester. 1957.

Allbutt. T.C. ‘On Professional Education.’ Macmillan and Co. 1906.
Allen. G. C. ‘British Industries and their Organization.’ Longmans. 1966.

Allen. G. C. ‘The British Disease.’ Institute of Economic Affairs. 1976.
Ainley. P and Corney. M.  ‘Training for the Future. The Rise and  Fall of the MSC.’ Cassell. 1990.
Ainley. P. ‘Vocational Education and Training.’ Cassell. 1990.
Ainley. P. ‘Learning Policy Towards the Certified Society.’  ISBN 0 333-75034-9 Macmillan 1999.
Ainley. P. and Rainbird. H. (eds).  ‘Apprenticeship: Towards a New Paradigm of Vocational Education and Training.’ Kogan Page. 1999.

Ainley. P. ‘From School to YTS: Education and Training in England and Wales 1944-1987.’ OUP. 1988.

Anderson. R.D. ‘Universities and Elites in Britain since 1800.’ Macmillan. Basingstoke. 1992.

Anderson. R. D. ‘The Scottish University Tradition: Past and Future’. In J. J. Carter and Withrington. D. J. (eds) ‘Scottish Universities: Distinctiveness and Diversity’. Edinburgh. John Donald. pages 67-78. 1992.

Anderson. R. D. ‘The History of Scottish Education, pre 1980.’ in Bryce. T. G. K. and Humes. W. M. (eds). ‘Scottish Education.’ Edinburgh University Press. 1999. pages 215-224. (See also in same book Bain. M. ‘Technology Education.’ pages 562-567).

Anderson. R. D. ‘Education and Opportunity in Victorian Scotland.’ Oxford. 1983.
Archer. R.L. ‘Secondary Education in the Nineteenth Century.’ CUP. 1921.
Argles. M. ‘ South Kensington to Robbins.’ Longmans. 1964.

Argles. M. ‘The Royal Commission on Technical Instruction, 1881-1884, its Inception and Composition.’ Vocational Aspects of Secondary and FE.’ 11 (23). 1959.
Armfelt. R. ‘The Structure of English Education.’ Cohen and West. 1966.

Armstrong. H. E. ‘Pre-Kensington History of Royal College of Science.’ London. 1921.
Armytage. W.H. G. ‘Four Hundred Years of English Education.’ CUP. 1965.
Armytage. W.H.G. ‘Civic Universities.’ Ernest Benn. 1955.
Armytage. W.H.G. ‘The Rise of the Technocrats.’ RKP.  1965.
Armytage. W.H.G. ‘Social History of Engineering.’ ISBN 571 04648 7  Faber and Faber 1961.
Armytage. W.H.G.  ‘J. F. Donnelly: Pioneer in Vocational Education.’  The Vocational Aspect of Secondary and Further Education. Volume 2.May 1950.

Armytage. W. H. G. ‘The German Influence on English Education.’ RKP. 1969. (Armytage also wrote about the influences on English education from America (1967), France (1968) and Russia (1969).

Armytage. W. H. G. ‘Some Sources for the History of Technical Education in England.’ British Journal of Educational Studies. vol: v no. 2 May 1957 and vol: vi no. 1 Nov. 1957.

Armytage. W. H. G. ‘The Centenary of “South Ken”.’ British Journal of Educational Studies. Vol. v. no.1. Nov. 1956.

Artizans’ Institute. ‘Technical Education – An address to the Trustees of the Artizans’ Institute by Henry Solly.’ 1878.

Artizans’ Institute. ‘Trades Technical Education.’ Paper to the Artizans’ Technical Association by C. T. Millis. 1884.

Ashley Smith. J. W. ‘The Birth of Modern Education: The Contribution of the Dissenting Academies 1660-1800.’ London. Independent Press. 1952.
Ashby. E. ‘ Technology and the Academics’. Macmillan/St Martins Press. 1966..

Ashby. E. ‘Education for an Age of Technology.’ Chapter in History of Technology by C. Singer. OUP. Vol V.1958. Pages 785+
Ashton. T. S. ‘ The Industrial Revolution 1760-1830′. OUP. 1948 later edition 1970.

ATTI. ‘The Extended College Year.’ Policy Statement. ATTI.

ATTI. ‘The Future of HE within the FE System.’ Policy Statement. ATTI.

ATTI/APTI/ATI issues a joint publication ‘Policy for Technical Education in 1932 and re-issued it again in 1937 and 1945 – strongly advocating more support and resources for technical education.

Association of Principals in Technical Institutions (APTI). ‘Regional Coordination of FE.’ APTI. 1933.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Relation between Secondary and Technical Education.’ G. J. R. Potter. ATI Loughborough. 1933.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Relation of Technical Colleges to Local Universities.’ W. A. Richardson. ATI. Loughborough. 1929.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Day Continuation Schools.’ J. W. Gledsdale. 1920.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Junior Technical Schools , their Status and Position.’ C.T. Millis. ATI. 1921.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Place of the Local Colleges in Adult Education.’ R. Peers. ATI. Loughborough. 1926

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Craft Training and Certification.’ H. C. Haslegrave. ATI. 1948. Page 13+.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Technical Education and City Companies.’ C. C. Hawkins. 1923 (Annual Conference).

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Function and Work of the ULCI.’ M. Tomlinson and G. T. Walmsley.. ATI. Loughborough. 1935.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘A Descriptive Account of Technical Education in London.’ C. H. Gater. ATI. Loughborough. 1931.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Apprenticeships and the Irish Apprenticeships.’ ATI. R. R. Butler. 1934.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Education for Distribution.’ F. J. Stratton. ATI. 1938.

Association of Technical Institutions.   ‘Technical Secondary Schools.’ A. M. Gibson. ATI. Loughborough. 1936.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘Industry and Technical Colleges.’ F. H. Perkins. ATI. June 1954.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Trend of Technical Education.’ Doherty, 1948.

Association of Technical Institutions. ‘The Structure of Higher Technological Education.’ Jones. J. C. 1954.
Avis. J, Bloomer.M, Elsland. G and Hodkinson. P. (eds). ‘ Knowledge and Nationhood.’  Cassells. 1996.

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BACIE. ‘Economic Growth and Manpower.’ BACIE. 1963.

Bailey. B. ‘Technical Education and Secondary Schooling’ 1905 to 1945.’ Manchester University Press. 1990.

Bagley. J. J. and Bagley. A. J. ‘The State of Education in Engalnd and Wales 1833-1968.’ Macmillan. 1969.
Balfour. G. ‘The Educational Systems of GB and Ireland.’ OUP/Clarendon Press. 1903.
Balfour. G. ‘Educational Administration.’ OUP. 1921.

Banks. O. ‘Parity and Prestige in English Secondary Education.’ Routledge Kegan Paul. London. 1955.

Bantock. G. H. ‘ Education in an Industrial Society.’ Faber and Faber. 1963.
Barnard. H. C. ‘A Short History of English Education from 1760.’ U.L.P.  1947/1961.
Barnett. C. ‘The Audit of War.’ ISBN 0333-43458-7. Papermac/Macmillan. 1986.
Barnett. C. ‘Technology, Education and Industrial and Economic Strength.’ Journal of RSA. 1979.

Barnett. C. ‘The Collapse of British Power.’ ISBN 0-86299-074-2 . Alan Sutton. 1972.

Barnett. C. ‘Long Term Industrial Performance in the UK; the Role of Education and Research 1850-1939′. In ‘The Economic System in the UK’, D. J. Morris (ed) 1985.

Baron. G. ‘A bibliographical guide to the English education system.’ 2nd edition. Athlone Press. 1960.

Bartlett. C. J. ‘Britain Pre-eminent’. Macmillan Press. 1969.
Beales. H.L. ‘ The Industrial Revolution 1750-1850.’ Frank Cass and Co. 1958.

Bees and Swords. ‘National Vocational Qualifications.’ Kogan Page. 1990.

Beecham. B. L. ‘The Universities and Technical Education in England and Wales.’ Journal of F and H Education.’ 6 (1). 1982.

Belcher. V. ‘The City Parochial Foundation 1891-1991: a Trust for the Poor of London.’ Scolar Press. Aldershot. 1991.

Bell. V. A. ‘Junior Instruction Centres and their Future.’ (Carnegie UK Trust) Edinburgh. 1934.
Bell. R. Fowler. G and Little. K. (eds). ‘Education in Great Britain and Ireland.’ See M. Sutherland article. ‘Education in Northern Ireland.’ pages 19-25. ‘RKP/OU. 1973.

Bell. Q. ‘The Schools of Design.’ Routledge. 1963.

Bellot. H. H. ‘A History of University College, London 1826-1926. University of London Press. 1929.

Benavot. A. ‘The Rise and Decline of Vocational Education’. Sociology of Education. Vol 56. No 2. April 1983. Pages 63-109.

Benge. R. C. ‘Technical and Vocational Education in the UK: a Bibliographical Survey.’ UNESCO.

Benn. C. and Fairley. J. ‘Challenging the MSC on Jobs, Education and Training.’ London. Pluto Press. 1986.
Bennett. C. A. ‘History of Manual and Industrial Education Up To 1870.’ The Manual Arts Press. 1926.

Bennett. Y. and Carter. D. ‘Day Release for Girls’. EOC page 76+. 1983.

Berg. M.  ‘Technology and Toil in 19th Century Britain’. ISBN 0-90633603. Humanities PressInc. 1979.
Berg. M. ‘ The Age of Manufactures.’ Fontana Press. 1985.
Bernal. J. D. ‘ Science and Industry in the 19th Century.’ RKP. 1953.
Bernal. J. D. ‘The Social Function of Science.’ George Routledge and Sons. 1939.

Bernal. J. D. ‘Science in History.’ Watts. 1957.

Bernbaum. G. (ed). ‘Schooling in Decline.’ See D. Reeder article. ‘A recurring debate: education and industry.’ London. Macmillan. 1979.

Best. G. ‘Mid-Victorian Britain 1851-1875.’ Fontana Press. 1979.

Betts. R. ‘The Samuelson Commission of !881-1884 and English Technical Education.’ History of Education Society Bulletin. 34. 1984. pages 40-52.

Beveridge. A. ‘Apprentice now: notes on the training of young entrants to industry.’ Chapman and Hall. 1963.

Bibby. C. ‘T. H. Huxley, Scientist, Humanist and Educator.’ Watts London. 1959.

Binns. H. B. ‘A Century of Education 1809 – 1909.’ London. J. M. Dent and Co. 1908.
Bishop. A. S. ‘The Rise of a Central Authority for English Education.’ ISBN 0 521 08023 1. CUP. 1971.

Black. A. ‘The Owenites and the Halls of Science.’ Co-operative Review. Volume XXIX. Number 2. February 1955. Pages 42-44.
Blyth. J.A. ‘English University Adult Education 1908-1958.’ Manchester Univ Press . ISBN 0-7190-0903-0. 1983.

Board of Education. ‘The New Prospect in Education.’ BoE. 1928.

Board of Education. ‘Trade and Domestic Schools for Girls.’ BoE HMSO. 1929.

Board of Education (BoE). ‘A Review of JTSs in England’. BoE Educational Pamphlets. Number 111. 1937.

Board of Education. ‘Education for Salesmanship.’ BoE Education Pamphlet. 1931.

Board of Education. ‘Trade Schools on the Continent.’ Education pamphlet Number 91. London. 1932.

Board of Education. ‘Evening Schools’ Lloyds. S. Li. Educational Pamphlet No 2.

Board of Education. ‘An Outline of the Structure of the Educational System in England and Wales.’ Education Pamphlet No 94. London 1934.

Board of Trade (BoT). ‘Conditions of Apprenticeship and Industrial Training in Various Trades and Occupations in the UK’. London. BoT. HMSO. 1915.

Booth. J. ‘On the Examinations of the SoA.’ Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science. 1858.

Borer. M. C. ‘Willingly to School.’ Lutterworth Press.ISBN 07188 21270. 1976.

Bosworth. D etal. ‘Technological Change and The Role of Scientists and Engineers’. ISBN 1 85628 322 4. Avebury. 1992.
Bowden. W. ‘Industrial Society in England towards the end of the Eighteenth Century.’ Frank Cass and Co.. 1965.

Bowen. J. ‘A History of Western Education’. Vol 2, ISBN 0 416 82650 4. Methuen and Co. 1971.
Boyd. W. ‘The History of Western Education.’ Adam and Charles Black.1961.
Bradshaw. D.C.A. (ed.) ‘Studies in the Government and Control of Education Since 1860.’ Methuen. 1970.

Bradshaw. C. A. ‘Bringing Learning to Life’. ISBN 0 750703954 4. Falmer Press. 1995.

Bratchell. D. F. ‘The Aims and Organisation of FE.’ Pergamon. 1968.

Bray. R. A. ‘The Apprentice Question.’ The Economic Journal. XIX. 1909. pages 404+.

Bremner. ‘Education of Girls and Women in GB.’ Swan Sonnenschein and Co. 1897. (Chapter by G. W. Alexander of particular interest).
Brereton. J.L. ‘The Case for Examinations.’ CUP. 1944.

Bridges. D and Husbands. C. (eds). ‘Consorting and Collaborating in Education Market Place.’ London. Falmer Press. 1996. (See article by A. Bridgwood.’ Consortium Collaboration: The Experience of TVEI.’

Bristow. A. ‘Pride and Some Prejudice: The Story of YTS,’ London. Imogen.
Bristow. A. ‘ Inside the Colleges of Further Education.’ DES/HMSO. 1970.

British Association. ‘The scientific-societies in relation to the Advancement of Science in the UK.’ B.A. 1879. pages 458-468.

British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education. ‘ Education for Commerce in Scotland.’ J. B. Frizell. BACIE. 1935.

British Journal of Educational Studies. ‘The 1870 Education Act’. W. H. G. Armytage. BJES. 18. no. 1970.

British Youth Council. ‘Youth Unemployment: Causes and Cures.’ BYC. London. 1977.

Brock. W. H. (ed). ‘H.E. Armstrong and the Teaching of Science 1880-1930′. CUP. 1973.

Brook. W. H. (ed). ‘H. E. Armstrong and the Teaching of Science 1880-1930.’ CUP. 1973.

Brookmann. M. L., Clarke. L. and Winch. C. ‘The Apprenticeship Framework in England: A New Beginning or a Continuing Sham.’ Journal of Education and Work. 23. 2010. pages 111-127.

Brooks. C. W. ‘Apprenticeships, Social Mobility and the Middling Sort’. In J. Barry and C. W. Brooks ‘ The Middling Sort of People’. Basingstoke pages 52-83. 1994.

Brookes. J. H. ‘Many Sided Education in the Technical College.’ Journal of Education. 7. 1949. Pages 296+

Brougham. H. P. ‘Objects, Advantages and Pleasures of Science.’ The Pamphleteer. London. 1826.

Brougham. H. P. ‘Practical observations upon the education of the people, addressed to the working classes and their employers’. London. Longman. Hurst. Rees. Orme. Brown and Green. 1825.

Brown. A. and Fairley. J. (eds). ‘The MSC in Scotland.’ see article by T. Burness. ‘FE and the MSC.’ and C. Howieson. ‘The Impact of MSC on Secondary Education.’ Edinburgh University Press. 1989.

Brown. J. ‘Co-operation in Engineering Education’ Transcript of lecture at University University, London. 1965.
Brown. F. P. ‘South Kensington and Its Art Training. Longmans, Green and Co. London. 1912.

Bryce. T. G. K. and Humes. W. M. (eds) ‘ Scottish Education.’ see article by R. Anderson. ‘The History of Scottish Education, pre 1980.’ and M. Bain. ‘Technology Education.’  and J. Johnson. ‘Current Priorities in FE.’ Edinburgh University Press. 1999.

Bulter. R. A. ‘The Future of Technical Education.’ The Journal of Education. Oct 1950.

Burgess. T. ‘ Education after School.’ Penguin. 1977.
Burgess. T. ‘A Guide to English Schools.’ Pelican. 1972.

Burgess.T. and Pratt. J. ‘Technical Education in the UK.’ OECD. 1971.

Burke. J. W. ‘Competency Based Education and Training’ ISBN 1-85000-627-X. Falmer Press. 1989.

Burness. T. ‘Further Education and the MSC.’ in Brown. A. and Fairley. J. (eds). ‘The MSC in Scotland.’ Edinburgh University Press. 1989. p 91-104.

Burgess. T. and Pratt. J. ‘Policy and Practice: The CATs’. Allan Lane. 1970.

Burns. C. D. ‘A Short History of Birkbeck College.’ London.1924.

Burns. D. ‘Mechanics’ Institutions: Their Objects and Tendency.’ Glasgow. 1837.

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Cane. B. S ‘Scientific and technical subjects in the curriculum of English secondary schools at the turn of the century.’  Brit J Educ Studies 8 pages 52-64 1959.

Cantor. L.M. and Roberts. I.  ‘Further Education – a critical review.’ RKP. Various editions e.g. 3rd edition 1986.

Cantor.L, Roberts. I and Pratley. B. ‘A Guide to FE in England and Wales’. ISBN 0-304-33134-1. Cassell. 1995.

Carr-Saunders. A. M. and Wilson. P. A. ‘The Professions.’ Taylor and Walton. 1933.
Carlton. F. F. ‘ Education and the Industrial Evolution.’ Macmillan. 1908.

Carpenters’ Company’s Technical School. ‘The Story of the Carpenters’ Company Technical School, 1891-1905.’ Old Carpentarians Association. 1964.
Carwell. D. S. L. ‘ Organisation of Science in England.’  ISBN 0 435 541544 4. Heinemann.  1980.
Cardwell. D.S.L. ‘ Technology, Science and History.’   ISBN 0 435 54151 X. Heinemann. 1972.
Cardwell. D.S.L. ‘Artisan to Graduate.’ ISBN 0 7190 1272 4. Manchester University Press. 1974.

Cardwell. D. ‘Fontana History of Technology’. ISBN 0 00 686176 8. Fontana Press. 1994.

Carter.M. P. ‘Home,school and work: a study of the education and employment of young people in Britain.’ Oxford Pergamon Press. 1959.
Carter. C.F. and Williams. B.R. ‘Industry and Technical Progress.’ OUP. 1957.

Carter. C. F. and Williams. B. R. ‘Science and Industry.’ OUP. 1959.

Caseley. C. (ed). ‘Learning 2000′. ISBN 1 85338 6073.  LSDA. 2000.

Cassels. J. ‘Britain’s Real Skills shortage’. London. Policy Studies Institute. 1990.

Cavanagh. F.A. ‘Lord Brougham and the Society of the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.’ Journal of Adult Education. Vol IV no 1 Oct 1929. Page 13+.

Cawthorpe. H. M. ‘The Spitalfields Mathematical Society 1717-1845.’ Journal of Adult Education. Vol III no 2 .April. 1929. Pages 156-158.

Central Training Council. ‘Time for a Change.’ Oct. 1968.

Central Policy Review Staff. (A think tank). ‘Education, Training and Industrial Performance.’ London. HMSO. 1980.

CGLI. ‘A Short History of CGLI for the Advancement of Technical Education.’ CGLI. London. 1896.
CGLI. ‘ Reflections Past and Present’ CGLI. 2001.
CGLI. ‘A Short History-1878-1992’. ISBN 0 8519 30107. CGLI. 1993.

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CGLI. ‘Variety or Chaos.’ CGLI. 1978.

CGLI. Programme of Technical Examinations 1880-1881. CGLI.

Chambers. T. G. ‘Royal College of Chemistry, Royal College of Mines and Royal College of Science.’ Hazell, Watson and Viney. 1896.
Chapman. C. R. ‘The Growth of British Education and its Records.’ Lochin Publishing. Dursley. 1991.

Chambers. J. D. ‘The Workshop of the World.’ OUP. 1961.

Chapman.P. and Tooze. M. ‘The Youth Training Scheme in the UK’. Aldershot. Avebury. 1987.

Charlton. D et al. ‘The Administration of Technical Colleges.’ Manchester University Press. 1971.

Checkland. S. G. ‘The Rise of Industrial Society in England 1815 – 1885.’ Longmans. 1966.
Chessy. C. H. ‘Technical Teaching in Theory and Practice.’ London. 1935.
Chitty. C. Ed) ‘Post-16 Education.’ ISBN 0 7494 0097 8. London Education Studies. 1991.

Chitty. C. ‘Education Policy in Britain.’ Palgrave, Macmillan. Basingstoke. 2004.

Clarke. L. ‘The Transition from School to Work.’ London. Department of Employment. HMSO.
Clarke. F. ‘Education and Social Change.’  Sheldon Press. 1940.

Clark. A. ‘Working Life of Women in the 17th Century.’ George Routledge and Sons. 1919.

Clarke. R. H. ‘The Development of the English Traction Engine.’ Norwich. Goose. 1960.
Clough. G. B. ‘A Short History of Education.’ Ralph Holland and Co. 1904.

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Cole. G. D. H. ‘British Trade and Industry: Past and Future.’ Macmillan. 1932.

Cole. H.  ’50 Years of Public Work.’ Bell. 1884.

Cole. G. D. H. ‘A Century of Co-operation.’ Allen and Unwin. 1944.

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Collins. B. and Robbins. K. ‘British Culture and Economic Decline.’ Weidenfield. 1990.

Comber. N. M. ‘Agricultural Education in GB.’ Longmans, Green. 1948.
Cook. C. and Stevenson. J. ‘Modern British History 1714-1987.’ ISBN 0-582-01328-3.  Longman. 1988.

Coombe Lodge Reports. ‘The Statutory Framework of FE.’ M. Locke. FESC/CLR. Vol 9 No 8 1976.

Coombe Lodge Reports. ‘Colleges of Education and Reorganisation’. Study Conference. Vol. 7. No. 18. FESC. 1974.

Coopers and Lybrand Associates. ‘A Challenge to Complacency: Changing Attitudes Towards Training.’ London. MSC. 1985.
Corsi. P. and Weindling. P. ‘Information Sources in the History of Science and Medicine.’ Butterworths. 1983.
Cotgrove. S. ‘Technical Education and Social Changes.’ George Allen and Unwin. 1958..

Cotgrove. S. ‘The Training and Education of Technicians.’ BACIE. 1960.

Cotterell. A. B. and Heley. E. W. (eds). ‘Tertiary: A Radical Approach to Post Compulsory Education’. Stanley Thornes. pages 10-11. 1980.
Court. W.H.B. ‘British Economic History 1870-1914.’ CUP. 1965.

Cowley. K. and Sugden. R. ‘A New Economic Policy for Britain’. ISBN 0 7190 32717). Manchester University Press.1990.

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Craik. H. ‘The State in Its Relation to Education.’ Macmillan and Co. 1914.

Creasey. C. H. ‘Technical Education in Evening School.’ Swan Sonnenschein. London. 1905.
Cressy. E. ‘An Outline of Industrial History.’ Macmillan and Co. 1925.

Croft. M. ‘Apprenticeships and the Bulge.’ Fabian Society, Research paper 216. 1960.

Crombie. A.C. and Hoskin. M.R. ‘History of Science’. Vol 1. Heffer and Sons.
Cronin. B. Technology, Industrial Conflict and the Development of Technical Education in the 19th Century.’  (ISBN 0 7546 0313 X). Ashgate. 2001.

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Crowther. J. G. ‘Scientists of the Industrial Revolution.’ Cresset Press. 1962.
Cunningham. W. ‘The Growth of English Industry and Commerce During the Early and Middle Ages.’ CUP. 1925.
Cunningham. W. ‘The Growth of English Industry and Commerce In Modern Times.’  CUP. 1892.
Cunningham. W. and McArthur. E.A. ‘Outline of Industrial History.’ CUP. 1904.

Curjon. L. B. ‘Teaching in FE’. ISBN 0 304 296341. Cassell London. 1978.
Curtis. S. J. and Boultwood. M. E. A. ‘A Short History of Educational Ideas.’ UTP. 1961.
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Curtis.S. J. ‘ Education in Britain Since 1900.’ Dakers. 1952.

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Dale. R. (ed). ‘Education, Training and Employment: Towards a New Vocationalism.’  In particular ‘The background and inception of the TVEI’ and M. Farley. ‘Trends and Structural Changes in English Vocational Education.’ Oxford. Pergamon. 1985..

Dale. R. et al. ‘The TVEI Story: Policy, practice and preparation for the workforce’. Open University Press. Milton Keynes. 1990.

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Davidson. T. ‘A History of Education.’ Archibald Constable and Co. 1900.
Davies. L. J. ‘The Working Men’s College 1854-1904.’ Macmillan. 1904.
Davis. V.D. ‘A History of Manchester College.’ George Allen and Unwin. 1932.

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Davies. R.  ‘Women and Work.’ ISBN 0 09 1238706. Hutchinson. 1975.

Day. N. L. ‘FE and Employment’ SRHE. 1972.

De Montmoreny. J. E. G. ‘State Intervention in English Education.’ CUP. 1902.

De Montmorency. J. E. G. ‘ The Progress of Education in England.’ Knight. 1904.
Deane.  P. ‘ The First Industrial Revolution.’ CUP. 1969.
Deane.  P. and Cole. W. A. ‘British Economic Growth 1688 – 1959.’  CUP. 1962.
Dent. H.C. ‘The Educational System of England and Wales’. ISBN 0 340 15465 9. University of London Press. 1971.
Dent. H.C. ‘Part Time Education in Great Britain.’ Turnstile Press. 1949.
Dent. H.C. ‘The Education Act 1944’. SBN 340 09458 3. University of London Press 1969.
Dent. H. C. ‘1870 – 1970 – Century of Growth in English Education.’ Longmans. 1970.
Dent. H.C. ‘Growth in English Education 1946-1952.’ RKP. 1954.
Dent. H.C. ‘Education in Transition.’ Kegan Paul., Trench, Trubner and Co. 1944.

Dent. H. C. ‘Secondary Modern School.’ London. 1958.

Dent. H. C. ‘Secondary Education for All.’ RKP. 1949.

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Department of Employment. ‘Training for the Future.’ Discussion Paper. 1972.

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Detrosier. R. ‘On the Advantages of the Intended Mechanics’ Hall of Science.’ Address to the New Mechanics’ Institutions. 1831. (Detrosier was a leading figure in creating the independent Mechanics’ Institutions in Lancashire – first one in Hulme and Salford and then in Manchester).

DES. ‘How the DES is Organised.’ DES. 1976.

DES. ‘The DES – a brief guide.’ DES. 1978.

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Key to abbreviations:

AoC: Association of Colleges

AEB: Associated Examining Board

ASE: Association for Science Education

APTI: Association of Principals in Technical Institutions

ATI: Association of Technical Institutions

BACIE: British Association of Commercial and Industrial Education

BJES: British Journal of Education Studies

BoE: Board of Education

BYC: British Youth Council

CER:  Comparative Education Review

CPR: Central Policy Review

CPS: Centre for Policy Studies

CUP: Cambridge University Press

EC/EngC: Engineering Council

EIAGA: Engineering Industries Association Group Apprenticeships

EOC: Equal Opportunities Commission

FESC: Further Education Staff College

FEU: Further Education Unit

JBPVE: Joint Board for Pre-Vocational Education

JEW: Journal of Education and Work

JHoI: Journal of History of Ideas

JoE: Journal of Education

JoVET: Journal of Vocational Education and Training

JRSA: Journal of the Royal Society of Arts

JSA: Journal of Society of Arts

LSDA: Learning and Skills Development Agency

LSE: London School of Economics

MSC: Manpower Services Commission

NAPTSE: National Association for the Promotion of Technical and Secondary Education

NATFHE: National Association of Teachers in Further and Higher Education

NATTI: National Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions

NFER: National Association for Educational Research

NIAE: National Institute of Adult Education

NIESA: National Institute for Economic and Social Research

NUT: National Union of Teachers

OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

OREP: Oxford Review of Economic Policy

OU: Open University

OUP: Oxford University Press

RKP: Routledge Kegan Paul

SoA: Society of Arts

SRHE: Society for Research into Higher Education

ULCI: Union of Lancashire and Cheshire Institutes

ULP: University of London Press

UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation

UTP: University Tutorial Press

VAEd: Vocational Adult Education

VAoE: Vocational Aspects of Education

VAoSFE: Vocational Aspects of Secondary and Further Education

WMEU: Working Men’s Educational Union

 

 

 

 

 

 

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