|Medium description: ||Clarendon Commission report published.|
Called for a widening of the curriculum to include natural science, mathematics and modern languages (Lawton & Gordon, 1969). Also called for "the headmasters of the great public schools to form Modern Sides" (Harding)
Chaired by Lord Clarendon. Published in the spring. Examined "the nine old public schools - Eton, Harrow, Winchester, Shrewsbury, Westminster, St Paul's, Merchant Taylors', Charterhouse, and Rugby" Suggested reforms of curriculum and administration (Briggs, 1954).