Church of England report on church schools and religious education. Plans were submitted in but were lost when the monarchy was restored. Section 11 dealt with the funding of education for immigrant children. Local education authorities were to identify 'defective' children aged 7 to 16 in their areas.
Burnham Committee announced a new salary structure for teachers. Dent had just been appointed editor of The Times Educational Supplement.
See also DES Survey 13 below. In an inquiry into the working of the Act recommended a ban on the employment of under-thirteens. A similar change took place in Scotland see Warnock Scotland Act 16 November : made provision for Scottish schools to opt out of local authority control.
This interactive CD-ROM uses BBC video along with images, audio clips, discussion prompts and activities to help children understand the physical and emotional aspects of growing up and dealing with important issues like internet safety. Education in England Preliminary pages Introduction, Contents, Preface Chapter 1 Up to Beginnings Chapter 2 Renaissance and Reformation Chapter 3 Revolution Chapter 4 Restoration Chapter 5 Towards mass education Chapter 6 A state system of education Chapter 7 Secondary education for some Chapter 8 From Hadow to Spens Chapter 9 Educational reconstruction Chapter 10 Labour and the tripartite system Chapter 11 The wind of change Chapter 12 The golden age?
Eight of the 23 members of the Commission felt unable to sign the main report and instead submitted minority reports.