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THE GWESPYR SCIIOOL ! QUESTION.

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much worse than let the voluntary or non- provided schools live. Their managers, at least, have the benefit of half-a-century's experience in them,' and who can say that public control will provide more knowledge- able managers ? Let it be remembered that the parents and children of no one school in England or Wales have complained of their school, and that the friction is entirely con- fined to the local administrators, who, more often than not have never seen the school under discussion, or visited the village or neighbourhood, and have about as much in acquaintance with the children's and parents' needs as we have of the possible people in- habiting other planets. Let anyone ask the attendance officer of th9 Llanasa Parish if he can account for the sudden growth of children on paver since the Gwespyr School was contemplated. The local schools have really played a game ot "general post," with the ratepayers in the middle blindfold

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