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The Teaching of Geology in Schools

Nature volume 140, page 595 (02 October 1937) | Download Citation



JUST over two years ago, at the Norwich meeting of the British Association, Section C (Geology) appointed a committee to report on questions affecting the teaching of geology in schools. A short report was presented at the 1936 meeting of the Association, and, at the suggestion of members of Section L (Education), an extended report giving detailed proposals was prepared for the Nottingham meeting. These reports were discussed in a joint meeting of Sections C and L, at which Mr. H. G. Wells presided, on September 7.

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