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The Village Institute and its Educational Possibilities

Nature volume 82, pages 337338 (20 January 1910) | Download Citation

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THE growth of social life in villages during the last few years has been fostered by the erection of village institutes, halls, and reading-rooms, and yearly such institutions are becoming more numerous. Has the educational life of the village been fostered by their growth?

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  1. (Organiser for the Rural Districts of the West Riding of Yorkshire.) Education Department, County Hall, Wakefield.

    • JOHN B. COPPOCK

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