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Lord Aberdare and Education Question. i Lord Aberdare presided on Wednesday at the annual meeting of the Church of England Lib- eral and Progressive Union, at 83, Eaton-square, London, S. W. Dealing with what the associa- tion had done his Lordship said that in regard to the education question a resolution had been passed which had been very favourably noticed. The committee had had a meeting, and had drawn up a set of resolutions. They had come to the conclusion that schools should come under the control cf local authorities, and that all teachers should be appointed by them, subject to conditions (1) the retention of the freehold of all Church schools, (2) facilities for denom- inational instruction in aJJ schools, (3) the free- dom of teachers to give or decline to give de- nominational instruction, (4) in areas where there was a choice of schools and three-quarters of the children belonged to any one denomina- tion, provision should be made for the continu- ation of such schools on denominational lines. The report of the Poor Law Commission repre- sented immense labour, very conscientiously and carefully carried out (hear. hear). It would be a good thing if that association, as a body mostly of Churchmen and clergymen, were to formulate some resolution giving their opinion on the sub- ject of what possibly could be done to help the work of any body that might be nominated to carry out the work connected with the Poor Law (hear, hear). Amongst those present were Lady Aberdare, Mrs. Mary E. Phillips, the Rev. J Drew Ro- berts, Mr. E. M. Plews, and Mr. M. Richards.

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