Colonial Educators

Colonial Educators

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qEducation and the British Empire: cultural imperialism or vital preparation for independence and nationhood? This question lies at the root of the history of the education sevices in India and the colonial territories. Clive Whitehead, a distinguished educationalist examines the life and work of leading practitioners, covering over 100 years up to the end of empire, the onset of independence and beyond. He includes both administrators and teachers on the ground, like Sir Hans Vischer, Arthur Mayhew, Eric R J Hussey, Sir Christopher Cox, Frank Ward, Freda Gwilliam - the 'Great Aunt' of British colonial education - and the legendary social anthropologist turned educationalist, Margaret Meadq--Dust jacket.Clive Whitehead, a distinguished educationalist examines the life and work of leading practitioners, covering over 100 years up to the end of empire, the onset of independence and beyond.


Title:Colonial Educators
Author: Clive Whitehead
Publisher:I.B.Tauris - 2003
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