Report from the Select Committee on Education: Together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1865 - 478 pages
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Page 271 - England, as by law established ; but such orders shall be confined to the exemption of such children, if their parents desire it, from attendance at the public worship, and from instruction in the doctrine or formularies of the said church, and shall not otherwise interfere with the religious teaching of the scholars, as fixed by these presents, . and shall not authorise any other religious instruction to be given in the school.
Page 137 - That the house do now resolve itself into a committee of the whole house for the purpose of taking into consideration the...
Page 228 - Not to covet or desire other men's goods; but to learn and labour truly to get their own living, and to do their duty in that state of life into which it shall please God to call them.
Page 94 - Inspector's report, for faults of instruction or discipline on the part of the teacher, or (after one year's notice) for failure on the part of the managers to remedy any such defect in the premises as seriously interferes with the efficiency of the school, or to provide proper furniture, books, maps, and other apparatus of elementary instruction.
Page 20 - ... with two glass eyes, it is about double if we include, which we haven't had the request come to this committee yet, $12 million additional facilities. It will run it up to $85 or $90 million for State experiment stations. As far as I am concerned, and as far as I know, it may be the smartest dollar we spend.
Page 94 - October 1811, in the institution of * the National Society for promoting the education of the Poor in the principles of the Established Church...
Page 95 - That article does not prescribe that, if thus much is done, a grant shall be paid, but, unless thus much is done, no grant shall be paid. It does not exclude the inspection of each school by a highly educated public officer, but it fortifies this general test by individual examination. If you keep these distinctions steadily in view you will see how little the scope of your duties is changed.
Page 95 - The grant to be made to each school depends, as it has ever done, upon the school's whole character and work. The grant is offered for attendance in a school with which the inspector is satisfied. If he is wholly dissatisfied (Article 50), and if the reasons of such dissatisfaction are confirmed (Article 51 e) no grant is made.
Page 90 - Aid to maintain schools is given by grants to the Managers conditional upon the attendance and proficiency of the scholars, the qualifications of the teachers, and the state of the schools. 11. The aid given to maintain schools is known as "Annual Grants," being annually payable, at a fixed time, to each school allowed to receive them.
Page 211 - ... in the principles of the Christian religion, according to the doctrines and discipline of the united church of England and Ireland...

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