- "The Lamb and Flag" Ragged Schools — an article in The Illustrated London News (1849)
- Charles Gordon and Ragged Schools
- Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts (1814-1906) Philanthropist (and the first woman to receive a peerage)
- Dickens encourages and publicizes the Ragged Schools
- Monument to Canon Thomas Major Lester, founder of Ragged Schools
- London's largest Ragged School, Copperfield Road, Mile End, East London (now a museum)
- Education in the Mining Districts — an article in The Illustrated London News (1855)
Cornwallis, Caroline Frances. The Philosophy of Ragged Schools. London: W. Pickering, 1851.
Montague, C. J. Sixty Years in Waifdom; or, the Ragged School Movement in English history. London: C. Murray, 1904.
Swindells, Julia. "Criminals, Quadrupeds and Stitching Up Girls or, Classes and Classrooms in the Ragged Schools." Opening the Nursery Door: Reading, Writing, and Childhood, 1600-1900. Eds. Mary Hilton, Morag Styles, and Victor Watson. London; New York: Routledge, 1997.
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