The Revised Instructions to Inspectors


    LAST year it was a matter of considerable complaint against the Education Department that the Draft Code was presented to Parliament unaccompanied by the new instructions to inspectors, without which it could neither be satisfactorily interpreted nor adequately discussed. No such complaint can be made this year. The issue of the new Code, which promises to place elementary schools under what is practically a new system of regulations, has been followed within a few days by a revised edition of the instructions to inspectors, in which the changes are correspondingly large. Indeed, more than half of the document consists of new matter.

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    The Revised Instructions to Inspectors. Nature 41, 577–579 (1890).

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