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Title : Baldina State School Baldina State School
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Date of creation : 1892
Format : Photograph
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Pupils and their teacher at Baldina State School, 25th July 1892.

In 1892, secular education in South Australia was made free up to the compulsory age of attendance (13 years of age). In 1878, the South Australian Education Act introduced compulsory primary school education for children aged from seven to 13.
Coverage year : 1892
Period : 1884-1913
Place : Baldina (S. Aust.)
Further reading :

Miller, Pavla. Long division: state schooling in South Australian society, Netley, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press, 1986

Thiele, Colin. Grains of mustard seed, Adelaide: Education Dept., South Australia, 1975

Internet links :

Manning Index of South Australian Historysee: South Australia: Education



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