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Education at the British Association

Nature volume 92, pages 491492 (25 December 1913) | Download Citation



THE meetings of the section of Educational Science were in many respects the most successful of recent years. Attendance was uniformly good; both papers and discussions reached a high level of interest. The presidential address has already received a great deal of attention, and as copies will probably be still more widely circulated, we may expect it to stimulate a national educational stocktaking such as cannot fail to be fruitful.

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