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Colección:
La Educación
Número: (121) II
Año: 1995

NOTES

This paper is based in part on research made possible by a grant from the University of the West Indies, Mona, Planning and Estimates Committee.

1. Government of Jamaica, A National Plan for Jamaica 1957-67 (Jamaica: n.e.,1958) 1.
2. Shirley C. Gordon, A Century of West Indian Education (London: Longman, 1963) 9.
3. Quoted by Frank Cundall in “Notes on the History of Secondary Education in Jamaica” (N.p.: n.e., 1911) 600.
4. Fernando Henriques, Family and Color in Jamaica (London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1968) 46-47.
5. Cundall 600.
6. Norman E. Cameron, 150 Years of Education in Guyana (1808-1957) (published by the author in 1968) 13.
7. From a memorandum by Lord Howick in 1832, cited in Eric Williams, Columbus to Castro: The History of the Caribbean 1492-1969 (N.p.: Andre Deutsch, 1970) 328.
8. Williams 329.
9. Shirley C. Gordon, “Heads of a Plan for Promoting the Education of Youth in the British West Indies, 1834,” A Century of West Indian Education (London: Longman, 1963) 20.
10. At this time, funds that had accumulated from a bequest by Lady Mico were diverted from their original purpose of freeing British seamen captured by Barbary pirates to provide education for the ex-slaves in the Caribbean. The Mico day schools have not survived, but the College established in Kingston, Jamaica in 1836 continues to train teachers for the education system.
11. Gordon, “Circular dispatch Enclosing a Suggested Scheme for Industrial and Normal Schools in the Colonies—26th January 1847” 58.
12. Shirley C. Gordon, Reports and Repercussions in West Indian Education 1835-1933 (N.p.: CUP, 1968) 65.
13. Gordon, A Century of West Indian Education 226.
14. Mavis D. Pollard, “SPG Reports 1843,” Church and State in Education in British Guyana, diss., University of London, 1966, 81.
15. Cundall 611.
16. Ruby King and Carl Campbell, “Policy and Practice in Education in the Caribbean: Historical Perspectives,” Proceedings of the 1990 Cross-Campus Conference on Education (Trinidad and Tobago: Faculty of Education, University of West Indies, 1991) 7.
17. J.S. Bruner, The Progress of Education (Boston: Harvard University Press, 1960) 31-32.
18. W. Kenneth Richmond, The School Curriculum (London: n.e. 1971) 23.
19. Shirley C. Gordon, “The Keenan Report, Trinidad 1869,” Reports and Repercussions in West Indian Education 1835-1933 (Kingston: CUP, 1968) 75.
20. Gordon, “The Mitchison Report, Barbados 1876” 100-101.
21. Jamaica, The Jamaica Schools’ Commission, Annual Report 1888-89.
22. Cundall 604.
23. Gordon, “The Keenan Report” 92.
24. Gordon, “Reply of the House of Assembly to the Governors’ speech opening the Legislature, February 2, 1891” 29.
25. Gordon, “The Mitchison Report” 103.
26. Gordon 102.
27. Gordon, “Governor Robinson’s Speech in the Legislative Council, December, 1889” 119.
28. Gordon, “Report on Elementary Schools, Barbados ” 120.
29. Sir David Barbour, Report on the Finances of Jamaica (Jamaica: Government Printing Office, 1899) 11.
30. “General Report of Government School Inspection in 1877,” Supplement to the Jamaica Gazette 1 February 1877: 27.
31. J.S. Mill, “Principles of Political Economy” (London: Longman’s, Green Reader and Dyer). Cited in Susan Craig, ed. Contemporary Caribbean: A Sociological Reader 1 (N.p.: Susan Craig, 1981) 320.
32. Jamaica, General Report of Government School Inspection (GRGSI) 1877, 182.
33. Jamaica, GRGSI in 1868 1.
34. Jamaica, Government Regulations (Jamaica: 1867) 2-3.
35. Jamaica 3.
36. Jamaica, “Circular to School Managers and Teachers on the New Regulations of the Government with Regard to Elementary Schools, 1867” (Jamaica: n.e., n.d.) 10-11.
37. Jamaica 10.
38. Jamaica 6.
39. Jamaica 7.
40. Jamaica 7.
41. Jamaica, GRGSI 1974 5.
42. Jamaica, GRGSI 1976 6.
43. Jamaica, GRGSI 1977 184.
44. Gordon, Daily Chronicle 7 March 1890: 138.
45. “Hon. W.K. Chandler in the House of Assembly Debate,” Daily Chronicle 7 March 1890: 139.
46. Gordon, “The Keenan Report” 74.
47. Gordon, “The Lumb Report” 121.
48. Gordon 124. 
49. Gordon 126-7.
50. Gordon, “Despatch: Chamberlain to Officer Administering the Government of Jamaica 11th March 1899” 140.
51. Gordon 140-142.
52. Gordon 124.
53. Great Britain, Board of Education, Educational Systems of the Chief Colonies of the British Empire (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO), n.d.) 604.
54. Jamaica, Report of the Inspector of Schools (Jamaica: n.e., 1898)
55. Gordon, “The Keenan Report” 71.