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THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

practical or commercial use. In short, it is the education of an upper class called to privileged position, and as such it is in many ways admirable. It is mitigated and mellowed, moreover, by the Christian idea of service. Speaking of Thring, who did so much to form the ideals of the public school, Dr. Norwood says that "the rich boys must be made to help the poor boys (e.g. through missions in the slums) less for the sake of the poor boy than for the good of the souls of the rich."(1)

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The State educational system was built on foundations laid by voluntary and charitable bodies. Some of the social attitude which regards it as charity still persists. Between the time of the French Revolution and the reform of Parliament one society after another was formed to promote the education of the poor. Bentham and Brougham were demanding popular education as an essential condition of the democracy they preached. So was Robert Owen. While denominational schools were increasing in number, the need for freeing more advanced education from the restrictive control exercised by the church in Oxford and Cambridge was being met by the foundation of secular university colleges in London in 1827 and 1828 and in Durham in 1831. The recognition of social obligation found its expression in the first grant in aid of elementary education made by Parliament after the reform in 1833, and in the setting up of Brougham's Royal Commission to enquire into educational charities. But religious sectionalism now provided a problem which successive governments were unable or afraid to solve. The number of State

1 The English Tradition of Education, p. 115.

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