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PONTYPRIDD SCHOOL BOARD. I At the Pontypridd School Board on Tuesday, Mr James Rehards presiding, a deputation I attended lion, the certificated assistant teachers with a petition asking the Board to permit corporal punishment to be inflicted upon ohildren by the certificated assistants, where necessary. The petitioners pointed out that head teachers were favourable to this, and th-it this principle had been adopted by most of tbe larger School BOllnis of the country, who recoguisp.d that the certificated assistants were trained, experienced iiinii, qualified to take charge of any elementary school, and therefore some discretionary authority should be vested in them. Mr Phillip Jones notified that at the next meeting he would move that the resolution now on the books, confining the infliction ot punishment to hnad teachers only, be rescinded.—Mr McClune intimated that he would oppose the motion to ■ "scind.—Mr J. D Jones, head master of the Mill-street School, wrote strongly complaining ot being subjected to intolerable worry and ''badger- ing" at the tiandi- og Mr Mc-Clnne, a member of the board, who, as manager of Md'-street School, interrupted the work by the frequency of his visits and his interior uce with tbe internal arrangements.—Mr McClune, in reply, produced a letter from the Department stating that there was no restriction on the number of the visits which any manager might pay, and that such manager oould enter the fact of his attesation of the registers in the logbook N" resolution was passed, the Chairman expressing a hope that ic future matters would proceed more amicably.

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