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The Curriculum Debate
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academic acceptance achieve activity anxieties argued artist Cecil Reddie century child claims classical curriculum classroom concerned contributors conviction creativity culture D. H. Lawrence David Holbrook discipline discussion effects elementary schools emotional encourage English in England English in schools English literature English studies English teachers environment experience expressed F. R. Leavis Fred Inglis G. H. Bantock graduates grammar schools growth headmasters Herbert Read hostility human humanising I. A. Richards Ibid important influence insistence interest language teaching Lawrence Stenhouse Leavis's lessons Liberal Education linguistic literary London mass media Matthew Arnold mechanical ment middle-class modern moral Newbolt Report Newsom Report nineteenth-century notion numbers poetry progressive theories proposed public schools qualities recommendations responsibility sense social staff study of English suggests supporters T. H. Huxley teacher's role Teaching of English tion tones traditional University wider society working-class children working-class pupils writing