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EDUCATING THE RESPECTABLE 33 In each case, though not exactly according to their hopes, something has been won. The ragged rascal may never reach the Sunday school; the Sunday school children never join the church; the accomplishments of the fourth standard may be all forgotten…but something still remains. 62 Booth’s team was less convinced by the purely educational results of schooling: A whole generation has been through the schools, but in scholarship there is not much to show for it. Almost all can, indeed, read, but with some effort; and write, after a fashion; but those who can do either the one or the other with the facility that comes of constant practice are comparatively few.