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A. J. BALFOUR Alexander Alfred appointed Arthur ask the Secretary Austen Chamberlain beg to ask believe Bill Bishop Board of Education board schools BRYCE Carmarthen Cecil Church of England Clause clergy Colonel Colonies Committee countervailing duties County Council deal debate denominational schools desire districts educa education authority Edward Edward Boscawen Ernest fees Finlay Francis Frederick Gentleman the Member George give given Government grant Henry Tellers House India interests Ireland James Blundell James Cameron James Mellor Lord Lanes Macdona Majesty's Government managers matter ment noble Lord Noes Nonconformists object officers opinion opposite parish Percy present Prime Minister principle question regard religious instruction religious teaching Roman Catholic Samuel scheme School Boards Sir Charles Sir John Sir Robert sugar teachers Thomas Thomas Dolling thought tion trust deed TULLY voluntary schools Walter West Indies words Wyndham
cdxcii ページ - Resolved, &c., that all aids and supplies, and aids to his Majesty in Parliament, are the sole gift of the Commons ; and all bills for the granting of any such aids and supplies ought to begin with the Commons ; and that it is the undoubted and sole right of the Commons to direct, limit and appoint in such bills the ends, purposes, considerations, conditions, limitations and qualifications of such grants, which ought not to be changed or altered by the House of Lords.
dxxxviii ページ - As soon as conditions permit, a Commission, on which the local inhabitants will be represented, will be appointed in each district of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, under the presidency of a Magistrate or other official, for the purpose of assisting the restoration of the people to their homes and supplying those who, owing to war losses...
cviii ページ - Religious instruction given in a public elementary school not provided by the local education authority shall, as regards its character, be in accordance with the provisions (if any) of the trust deed relating thereto, and shall be under the control of the managers.
cdxciii ページ - The school shall be conducted in accordance with the conditions required to be fulfilled by an elementary school in order to obtain an annual parliamentary grant.
cdxlviii ページ - ... regarded. (8) The Board of Education may, on the application of the managers of the school, the local education authority, or any person appearing to them to be interested in the school, revoke, vary, or amend any order made under this section by an Order made in a similar manner ; but before making any such Order the draft thereof shall, as soon as may be, be laid before each House of Parliament, and, if within thirty days, being days on which Parliament has sat, after the draft has...
cdxciii ページ - Provided that no such minute of the Education Department not in force at the time of the passing of this Act shall be deemed to be in force until it has lain for not less than one month on the table of both Houses of Parliament.
dcxxi ページ - ... local education authority" means the council of that borough or district. PART II. — Higher education. 2. (1) The local education authority shall consider the educational needs of their area and take such steps as seem to them desirable, after consultation with the board of education, to supply or aid the supply of education other than elementary, and to promote the general coordination of all forms of education...
cccxcvi ページ - Acts expressly provide to the contrary, be limited to the provision in a public elementary school of instruction given under the regulations of the Board of Education to scholars who, at the close of the school year, will not be more than sixteen years of age...
cxxxix ページ - Education, to the managers. 15. The local education authority may maintain as a public elementary school under the provisions of this Act, but shall not be required so to maintain, any Marine school, or any school which is part of, or is held in the premises of, any institution in which children are boarded, but their refusal to maintain such a school shall not render the school incapable of receiving a parliamentary grant, nor shall the school, if not so maintained, be subject to the provisions...