§ SIR ROBERT ANSTRUTHER
asked the Lord Advocate, Whether half-time Factory Schools in Scotland will be affected, by the Scotch Education Bill; and, if so, in what manner?
§ THE LORD ADVOCATE
said, in reply, that there were very few half-time factory schools in Scotland. The Royal Commission had reported that there were none in the country districts, and in other parts the number was inconsiderable. Such of them as desired to participate in the Government grant could come under the provisions of the Bill in the same manner as other schools. The Bill would certainly not affect them prejudicially.