A.F. Leach as a historian of Yorkshire education with an index of the Yorkshire schools (c. 730 to c. 1770) referred to in his works, etc. and some corrigenda by William Edward Tate

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Statementby W.E. Tate. --
SeriesSt. Anthony"s Hall publications -- no. 23
LC ClassificationsLA638 Y6 T3
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Arthur Francis Leach (16 March – 28 September ) was an English historian who wrote a number of books on the development of education in England. He has been called "the father of the history of education in England".

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[William Edward Tate]. by P. WALLIs, Lecturer in Education, University of Newcastle-upon- Tyne I Contemporary Views n arguing in favour of A. Leach's views about the Reformation and English education, and against Mrs.

Simon's estimate, Mr. Chaplin attaches much importance to A. Little's review2 of Leach's book (SME).3 Consequently it has been decided. W. Tate's monograph on "A.

Leach as a Historian" detailed Leach's failings as a proofreader, topographer and historian of elementary education.

Besides taking offense at Leach's often cavalier treatment of dates and place names, Tate was concerned with the gaps in Leach's compilation of Yorkshire schools and his "donnish approach to Pages: Dr.

Furnivall, the author of the best historical account of education and schools of England, in the introduction to his Babees Book, published by the Early English Text Society ininformed me inin answer to a request for help in research into the history of grammar schools, that there were no grammar schools in England before.

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Leach, whose valuable pioneering work included many aspects of the history of grammar schools in this diocese of York. Of late two points have become increasingly clear. Book Description. Originally published This reprints the edition of When originally published this volume was the first history of English schools before the.

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