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Confronting School and Residential Segregation during the Cold War

Dendy, Mary (1855-1933), promoter of residential schools for mentally handicapped people

The Politics and Power in Caregiving for Identity: Insights for Indian Residential School Truth and Reconciliation

Helping Children in Foster Care and Other Residential Placements Succeed in School

BURROWS, (Lionel) John (1912 - 2008), Chief Inspector of Schools, Department of Education and Science, 1966–73; Educational Adviser, Methodist Residential Schools, 1974–84

Parents Whose Children with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour Attend 52-week Residential Schools: Their Perceptions of Services Received and Expectations of the Future

Survey of Residential and Day Schools for Deaf Students in the United States That Identify Themselves as Bilingual-Bicultural Programs

STRAUSS, Eric Benjamin (1894 - 1961), Consulting Physician for Psychological Medicine, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; late Lecturer in Psychological Medicine, St Bart’s Medical College (London University); Consulting Physician for Psychological Medicine, Northern Middlesex Hospital; Consultant Psychiatrist, Besford Court Catholic Residential Special School and Certified Institution; Hon. Cons. Psychiatrist, Hospital of St John of God, Stillorgan; Phys. for Psych. Med., St Andrew’s Hospital, Dollis Hill; late Pres., British Branch International Gen. Medical Soc. for Psychotherapy; FBPs.S, President 1956–57; late Chm., Medical Sect., and Member, Council, FRSoc. Med. (President Sect. of Psychiatry, 1953–54); Fellow Med. Soc. of London; Hon. Sec. to Cttee of Psycholog. Med., and Croonian Lecturer for 1952, RCP; Corresp. Mem., Assoc. German Neurologists and Psychiatrists

BADGEROW, George W. (1872 - 1937), formerly Dean and Surgeon, Hospital for Diseases of Throat and Ear, Golden Square, W.; Officer of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in London; Aural Surgeon Royal Normal College and Academy of Music for the Blind; Consulting Surgeon for Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Reedham Orphanage, Purley, and Hon. Laryngologist and Aurist, Warehouse Clerks’ and Drapers’ Schools, Russell Hill, Purley; Member Education Committee (LCC) of the King’s Residential Open Air School for London Children, Bushey Park; Hon. Lt-Col (CAMC) (despatches); Consulting Surgeon Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Duchess of Connaught’s Red Cross Hospital, Cliveden, Taplow, Bucks, and the Milton Hill Sectional Hospital, Steventon, Berks; the Ontario Military Hospital, Orpington; the King’s Canadian Hospital, Bushey, and the Officers’ Hospital (Daughters of the Empire); Consulting Surgeon in Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Livingstone Hospital, Dartford; Member of the Imperial War Graves Commission

 

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Native residential schooling was part of Canada's history since New France, when both Catholic missionary orders and the Crown unsuccessfully promoted such institutions. New France's schools were short-lived because of ...

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