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Education at the British Association

Nature volume 85, pages 8990 (17 November 1910) | Download Citation



THE presidential address this year was devoted to the topic of university education. Readers of NATURE have already had an opportunity of reading Principal Miers's suggestive discussion of the relations of teachers and pupils at school, and of the change of method which should differentiate university from school education. Incidentally, the address raised the very practical question of the present overlapping of the two, and led to the appointment of a research committee, with the president as chairman, to investigate the subject and to report at Portsmouth next year.

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