13/30 The more informal upbringings of middle and upper-class children in the late 18th century.
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12/30 The two 18th century philosophers, whose child-rearing ideas are influential to this day.
11/30 Britain's first foundling hospital met great acclaim, but some children were neglected.
10/30 The Poor Law, a forerunner of the welfare state and a safety net for many poor children.
9/30 How girls' education regressed in the 16th century, with sinful Eve the female archetype.
8/30 Michael Morpurgo explores education's expansion for boys in the 17th century.
7/30 Exploring how the Puritan ethos affected children and the way of family life.
6/30 Michael Morpurgo examines Puritanism and the effects of the Reformation.
5/30 The impact of printing and how it raised fears among adults that it corrupted children.
4/30 Were medieval children permitted to play? Early football and Festivals of Misrule.