Postwar Education, Reading Schemes, and Race: Leila Berg and Nippers View Full Text


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DATE

2017

AUTHORS

Karen Sands-O’Connor

ABSTRACT

Education legislation before the end of World War II attempted to create a new (school) world for children that would prepare them for citizenship in a modern Britain. But by the mid-1960s, it had become clear that the new education wasn’t working for all Britain’s schoolchildren—particularly the West Indian child. Mainstream educational publishers began to investigate ways of incorporating the new immigrants into reading scheme texts specifically. This chapter discusses a variety of these reading schemes, focusing particularly on the writer and editor Leila Berg and her reading scheme for working-class and new immigrant children, Nippers. More... »

PAGES

27-51

Book

TITLE

Children’s Publishing and Black Britain, 1965-2015

ISBN

978-1-137-57903-4
978-1-137-57904-1

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