Oxford and working-class education; being the report of a joint committee of university and working-class representatives on the relation of the university to the higher education of workpeople

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Educational movements particulary affecting workpeople.- The University and colleges of Oxford: their purpose, history, and endowments.- The Oxford university extension movement.- The demand made by workpeople for university education.- The establishment of tutorial classes beyond the limits of the University.- The admission of workpeople to Oxford.- The after career of the working-class students.- Summary of recommendations.- Appendices 26
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