Education at the British Association

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A VERY full programme was arranged for each of the four morning meetings, and the attendance of members, although never very large, was remarkably sustained throughout the sessions. In the afternoons visits were paid to schools of varied types, and no pains were spared by the staffs of the institutions in their endeavour to make these visits as instructive as possible. It was evident that the majority of those present at the discussions were engaged in teaching or in educational administration. The “popular” side of Section L has given way to the professional side, which is as it should be.

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DANIELL, G. Education at the British Association . Nature 78, 618–620 (1908) doi:10.1038/078618a0

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