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The Teaching University for London

Naturevolume 51pages297298 (1895) | Download Citation

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DURING the last week very satisfactory progress has been made towards the reorganisation of the University of London as a teaching as well as an examining body. In the first place, King's College has been brought into line with the other teaching institutions of the metropolis by expressing a general assent to the recommendations of the Gresham Commission, coupled with the proviso that any Statutory Commission appointed to give effect to the Gresham Commissioners' recommendations should have power to make such modifications in the scheme as may seem to them expedient after consultation with the bodies affected—a proviso already insisted on by every teaching institution that has expressed its general approval of the scheme.

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