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The Crisis of Our Fate.I

LLANFRYNACH.

ABERGWESSIN.

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ABERGWESSIN. THE SCHOOL.—At a meeting of the St&ffi° £ and Salaries Committee of the Brecongbjre Education Authority it was reported that the conamitfcep, having fiiled to securo a teacber i ir Abergweesin School, had asked the BoRrd of Education to sR iciion the appointweBj If Miss S. P. E. Juuhk, an aicber. The Board replied that they raitlså o objection to Mi-s iou(,s remain-in^ in •ocary charge, sut^jeot to H.M. I jspi c5or heio*. a ble to report that tbe efficiency of the vi/as being maintained and 00 tht) u"Qders:(J' < that the Authority would not relax tbelf tlforts to obtain a properly qualified teacher tbe earliest opportunity. They pointed also that it would be understood that they would be unable to pay special grant aDdet article 32 (C) of the Code while the school VIas not in charge of a duly qualified teacher. The Committee decided to protest Bg&iost any duction in the grant, beoause the situation not due to any fault of theirs, the efficiency °[ the school was being maintained by the praseD teacher, and they appointed her only after thef bad failed to sconce a qualified teacber. •1

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