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Certain features, however, can be identified as characteristic of the Vladimir-
Suzdal school. ... a variety of specific emotions that is the peculiar achievement of
the Vladimir-Suzdal school, equalled neither by contemporary nor by later
tury, although a few trade and junior technical schools were established by local
authorities before World War II. By the late 19th century public (common) school
vocational education in the U.S. consisted of manual training and practical arts.
April 25, 1891, Henfield, Sussex), Anglican priest and founder of middle class
public schools. An Oxford graduate (1840), he was ordained a priest in 1842.
Although he was not an outstanding scholar, he possessed a genius for
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