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The Model School
'The Model School', 1882. A young John Bull shows Mr William Forster his model of a Board School. In Gladstone's Liberal administration of 1868-74, Mr Forster had held the post of Vice-President of the Privy Council Committee on Education. Under his aegis, the 1870 Education Act reformed the education system with the introduction of new school boards to set up schools and monitor payments from parents. However, the system was still overloaded with insufficient places for all the prospective pupils. From Punch, or the London Charivari, November 4, 1882.
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