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THE PRESENT STATE OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN ENGLAND

Nature volume 70, pages 297298 (28 July 1904) | Download Citation

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WE have just received from the Essex Education Committee a little illustrated pamphlet which tells us what is being done in that county for the education of the agricultural community. It represents a different system from any prevailing elsewhere, hence it may be worth while to examine it not only on its own account, but from the more general point of view of the organisation of rural education, so great is the diversity of procedure in the various counties.

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