Educational centralization and the rise of the legislative state: school governance in Tasmania and New South Wales, 1830-1885
thesisposted on 2023-05-26, 02:11 authored by Braun, S
This study of the emergence of centralized systems of school governance in nineteenth century Tasmania and New South Wales addresses an age-old question in Australian history writing. The decision to re-enter this debate is guided by a belief that existing histories have not sufficiently accounted for the relationship between educational change and the emergence of the modem Australian state. This failure to explore the state
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