See for example:

Attar, Dena, Wasting Girls' Time: The History and Politics of Home Economics, Virago, London, 1990.

Avery, Gillian, The Best Type of Girl: A History of Girls' Independent Schools [this also contains a comprehensive bibliography of school histories], Andre Deutsch, London, 1991.

Central Advisory Committee for Education, Fifteen to Eighteen, (Crowther Report), HMSO, London, 1959.

Central Advisory Committee for Education, Half Our Future, (Newsom Report), Department of Education & Science, London, 1963.

Coles, Margaret J., Mothercraft for Schoolgirls, Blackie & Son, London, 1938.

Committee of the Secondary School Examination Council, Curriculum Examinations in Secondary Schools, (Norwood Report), 1943.

Croall, Jonathan, Neill of Summerhill, The Permanent Rebel, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1983.

Croall, Jonathan (ed.), All the best, Neill: Letters from Summerhill, Andre Deutsch, London, 1983.

Deem, Rosemary (ed.), Schooling for Women's Work, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1980.

Dent, H.C., The Education Act 1944, University of London Press, London, 1968.

Dyhouse, Carol, "Towards a 'Feminine' Curriculum for English Schoolgirls, The demands of ideology 1870-1963" in Women's Studies International Quarterly Vol 1, 1978.

Dyhouse, Carol, Girls Growing Up in Late Victorian and Edwardian England, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1981.

Gathorne-Hardy, J., The Public School Phenomenon, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1977.

Hadow Committee, Report on the Differentiation of the Curriculum for Boys and Girls Respectively in Secondary Schools, 1923.

Hunt, Felicity (ed.), Lessons for Life: The schooling of girls and women 1850 - 1950, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1987.

Jephcott, A.P., Girls Growing Up, Faber & Faber, London, 1942.

Jephcott, A.P., Rising Twenty, Notes on some ordinary girls, Faber & Faber, London, 1948.

Kamm, Josephine, Hope Deferred, Girls' Education in English History, Methuen, London, 1965.

Lambert, Royston, with Millham, Spencer, The Hothouse Society, An exploration of boarding school life through the boys' and girls' own writings, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London, 1968. [in fact this almost exclusively quotes boys]

Lawson, John and Silver, Harold, A Social History of Education in England, Methuen, London, 1973.

Maclure, J. Stuart, Educational Documents, England and Wales 1816 to the present day, Methuen, London, 1986.

Newson, John, The Education of Girls, Faber & Faber, London, 1948.

Public Schools' Commission, First Report, (Newsom Report), 1968.

Russell, Dora, The Tamarisk Tree Vol 2, My School and the Years of War, Virago, London, 1981.

Turner, B., Equality For Some, The Story of Girls' Education, Ward Lock, London, 1974.

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