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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894.

THE WORK OF VOLUNTARY BSCHOOLS…

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THE WORK OF VOLUNTARY B SCHOOLS IN SWANSEA. j IMPORTANT LETTER FROM MR. JOSEPH HALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SOUTH WALES gj DAILY POST. SIR,—1L must, I am sure, be tho desire ofi informed of the relative position of the Board and oiuntary Schools. The number of children educated at Board Schools in the; Swansea United School Board district isj about 13,400. The amount raised by local rates for Scheol Board purposes during thes last three years was £ 46,000. equal to £ 3 8s i 7d. per head. The number of children edu-j eated at tbe Voluntary Schools iu tho samet Swansea district was about 6,000. No; contribution from local rates is made! towards the Voluntary Schools. If the? I I the ratepayers of Swansea to be correctly! informed of the relative position of the Board and oiuntary Schools. The number of children educated at Board Schools in the; Swansea United School Board district isj about 13,400. The amount raised by local rates for Scheol Board purposes during thes last three years was £ 46,000. equal to £ 3 8s i 7d. per head. The number of children edu-j eated at tbe Voluntary Schools iu tho samet Swansea district was about 6,000. No; contribution from local rates is made! towards the Voluntary Schools, If the? children at present educated at 'voluntary! ^Schools in this district were transferred to! Sthe Board Schools, the coat to the ratepayers^ jlof Swansea for three ye rs would amount tcjj g £ 20,575. This sum would be entirely inde-f wpeudent of the cost of new buildings, which^ Hfor 6,000 children, at about £ 10 per head.; Hwould be at least £ 60,000 1 This needs Scoinment.—I am, &e., § I JOSEPH HALL. » Grosvenor House, Swansea. t

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