Catalogue description Statistics and Returns (1894-1901) Historical explanation of problems and proposed...

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Details of ED 24/83
Reference: ED 24/83
Description:

  • Statistics and Returns (1894-1901)
  • Historical explanation of problems and proposed solution (1900)
  • Memorandum on new Scheme of Regulations (1900)
  • Papers and judgment relating to "Regina v Cockerton Case" (1900)
  • Opinion expressed by Legal Adviser as to legal power of School Boards under the Elementary Education Acts (1901)
  • Correspondence and minutes between the Lord President, Vice-President and Secretary concerning the draft of proposed new Regulations (1901)
  • Minute of the Board of Education of June 1901 establishing Regulations, letters to the Treasury and minutes between the Lord President, Vice-President and Secretary (1901)
  • Memorandum on arrangements to be made for the administration of the Evening School Regulations, 1901 (1901)
  • Printed letter (Circular 127) containing explanatory remarks on the new Regulations (1901)
  • Report on Continuation Schools in Germany
  • (a) Letter from the Clerk of the Manchester School Board to Mr R L Morant containing observations of the new Regulations (1901)
  • (b) Memorandum on the new grant position
  • Draft of memorandum and minute concerning the new Regulations (1901)
  • Correspondence concerning certain subjects of instruction (1901)
  • Scheme of Regulations (1901)
  • Correspondence between Mr R L Morant, Sir George Kekewich and Sir William de W Abney regarding the new draft Evening School Scheme (1901)
  • Returns made to Mr R L Morant illustrative of School Board overlapping at the Goldsmiths' Company's Technical and Recreative Institute in respect of London School Board Free Evening Classes (1901)
  • Letter from Sir George Kekewich regarding the Departmental Committee and possible changes in its constitution (1901)
  • Correspondence between Sir John Gorst and Reverend S D Headlam regarding the provision of dancing instruction (1901)

Date: 1894-1901
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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