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Beale

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1. (Biography) Dorothea. 1831–1906, British schoolmistress, a champion of women's education and suffrage. As principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College (1858–1906) she introduced important reforms
2. (Biography) Simon Russell. born 1961, English actor born in Malaya, noted for his work for the Royal Shakespeare Company
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9) After speaking at the 1898 International Congress of the Federation of Women's Clubs in Denver, Tsuda was invited by eighteen "notable ladies," including Dorothea Beale, principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College and founder of St.
Tsuda recorded few of the specific pedagogical or curricular insights she obtained while touring girls' schools and women's colleges, but the educator who most impressed her was the icon of Victorian liberal feminism, Dorothea Beale, whom Tsuda described as "One of the pioneers of girls' education in England .
St Hilda's, founded by the famous Victorian advocate of women's education Dorothea Beale, has enjoyed a unique status since 1992 when Somerville College, whose famous old girls include Margaret Thatcher, ended a century-old tradition and announced it would admit men.