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Sch.30 Summary of an interview with a married female resident regarding the education of her children at non fee-paying local authority schools, female interviewer, 25 July 1962

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/4/30

Scope and Contents

INTVEE’s think that their younger children suffered at Ainslie Park because of eldest child's bad behaviour and were not given a fair chance by teachers. They believe that when going for jobs, Ainslie Park pupils can't compete with those who have been to fee-paying school because of its reputation.


  • Other: 25 July 1962

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