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Education in and for the Services

Nature volume 162, pages 159160 (24 July 1948) | Download Citation



ALTHOUGH the education authorities of the three Services—Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force—frequently collaborate and meet to pool experiences and thrash out problems common to all, it was probably for the first time that all three met by invitation to present their case and reveal their main objectives and the problems which they entail to an audience of nothing but civilian educationists on July 14 at the Conference on "The Education of the Young Worker" organised by the Department of Education of the University of Oxford and held at Manchester College, Oxford, during July 12-17.

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