Women teachers and gender issues in teaching in Wales c.1870-1950
Williams, Sian R.
University of Wales Press
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This article breaks new ground in that it addresses the history of gender in the teaching profession in Wales, a growing field of research in other parts of the British Isles and internationally, but hitherto unresearched in Wales. Taking a comparative perspective, it is based upon a range of primary evidence, both documentary, statistical and oral. The author is committed to making a contribution to the development of high quality education history research in Wales, thus, Welsh Journal of Education, the leading academic journal of the education research community in Wales, was selected as the most appropriate journal for this substantial article. The article was subject to anonymous peer review by an expert in the history of gender in education and received a very postive review. See attached e-mail.
The Welsh Journal of Education
The Welsh Journal of Education, 13 (2), pp.68-83
- Education Research