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cultural context, you know. And if we don’t have one then I can’t even say another word. Henry Hills CHILD LABOR Presumption? (re: A.T. on M.S./october, or Ezra Pound on Olga Rudge), so . . . BECAUSE a certain film was omitted from a certain show, BECAUSE those included had shown in EM’s lst yr. for a little or no $, a grant since received, since spent; BECAUSE said show has received a certain notice: BECAUSE a new figure has since appeared. “Humanity under monasticism” ??? Abigail Child seems to be attempting things which no other artist of our gener- ation on the west

12 Child Labor and the Schools F X rom at least the 1880s, educators had been concerned with the seemingly obvious link between poverty and low attendance rates in the village schools. Attempts were made to connect literacy and enrollment rates with landholding and land usage, with family or village occupations, and with industrial cycles. These investiga- tions were the photographic negative of the widespread belief that literacy and schooling were connected to productivity, discipline, and innovation, whether in the factory or on the farm. Studies

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Children and the Paradoxes of Modern Militarism in Japan
British Working-Class Education in the Nineteenth Century

8 Acknowledgments The following people provided background research on specific topics: Sachi Allen Income, Child Labor, Poverty, Household Water Courtney Codd Gender Meghan Lefkowitz Child Labor Patricia Fung Consumption, Life Expectancy Meena Garg Age Sandeep Gill International Trade, Access to Healthcare Jenna Harvey Hunger, Literacy, Barriers to Education Lucas Healy Digital Divide James Issel Energy, Household Fuel, Mobility Taralyn Kawata Labor Migration, Freedom & Democracy, Race & Ethnicity Madhu Lodha Early Childhood Care & Education, Age Jasmine Lopez

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. Teachers in Village Society 215 vii viii Contents PART III PEASANT PEDAGOGY AND THE EMERGENCE OF A SCHOOL SYSTEM 9. Peasant Pedagogy 251 10. The Expansion of Schooling 283 11. The School Calendar: Rhythm and Intensity 315 12. Child Labor and the Schools 352 PART IV THE RESULTS OF SCHOOLING 13. Mere Learning: The Cognitive Results of Schooling 389 14. Hidden Curriculum: Moral Education and the Impact of Schools 419 15. Beyond Primary School 438 Conclusion 471 Appendix A: Instruction in Russian Primary Schools 1. 1897 Model Program 483 2. Time Allocation

every country. Rugmark www.rugmark.org Rugmark is a global organization dedicated to taking child and slave labor out of carpet making and to offering educational opportunities to children in India, Nepal, and Pakistan. The Web site has a wealth of information on child labor and the rehabilitation of child workers. It explains the Rugmark certification process and lists shops that sell Rugmark rugs. Child Labor Coalition (CLC) www.natlconsumersleague.org/clc.htm Since 1989 the CLC has worked to end exploitation of child labor and to encourage education, health, safety

organization dedicated to taking child and slave labor out of carpet making and to offering educational opportunities to children in India, Nepal, and Pakistan. The Web site has a wealth of information on child labor and the rehabilitation of child workers. It explains the Rugmark certification process and lists shops that sell Rugmark rugs. Child Labor Coalition (CLC) www.natlconsumersleague.org/clc.htm Since 1989 the CLC has worked to end exploitation of child labor and to encourage education, health, safety, and general well-being for working chil- dren. The CLC