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School days : looking back on education in Victoria / edited by Brian McKinlay ; conceptualized by Historic Schools Society of Victoria
Bib ID 191973
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Robert Andersen & Associates, 1985 
187 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0949133043
Full contents
  • Part I. Crown Imperial: 1. Australia and the Empire; 2. The Monarchy; 3. Empire to Commonwealth
  • Part II. Sounds of Battle: 4. Australians and war; 5. Australians at war; 6. The home front
  • Part III. Being Good: 7. How to be good; 8. Boys and girls; 9. Virtues
  • Part IV. School's in: 10. Free, secular and compulsory; 11. Subjects
  • Part V. My Country: 12. The bush; 13. Pioneers and heroes; 14. Anthems.
 
Notes

Available from The Manager, Robert Andersen & Associates, P.O. Box 376, Hawthorn, Vic. 3122.

Subjects Education - Victoria - History.  |  Textbooks - Victoria - History.  |  Education - Victoria - Curricula - History.
Other authors/contributors McKinlay, Brian, 1933-  |  Historic Schools Society of Victoria
Also Titled

School paper

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