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58 GUIDE TO FURTHER READING The number of books published about education in Europe since the Second World War is immense, and this guide to further reading is not intended to offer a full list. It is, rather, what it says it is - a guide to the books that will enable the interested reader to find out more, and to help him to make use of the specialist publications that abound. UNESCO publishes World Surveys of Education at various levels which include material on all European countries. These are invaluable and are to be found in most good libraries.
This achievement is the more remarkable in that they are in the formerly poor parts of Europe where, before the war, educational standards were low and illiteracy was widespread. Accompanying this rapid change in the secondary education structure of Eastern Europe, of course, has been a radical shift in the social structure including such policies as family allowances and guaranteed full employment, which have made a major difference to the social background in which the schools operate. 36 6. NEW IDEAS AND NEW PROBLEMS Primary education One of the most radical changes which has occurred in European education started in England and is now spreading throughout the Continent.
The evidence suggests that the Swedish educational system, which is one of the most lavish in the world and which takes something like 7 per cent of the Swedish national income, is extremely success~ ful in achieving the ideals which it has set itself. But that is less important for the present argument than the fact that the Swedish reform was based upon a continuous process of research and debate, and that it was attempted to fit each piece of the reform into the system as a whole. Secondary education for all: the United Kingdom The United Kingdom represented a less articulated system than the Swedish, but still one where there was an attempt at a working-out of an overall programme of educational reform.