§ MR. CHANNING (Northampton, E.)
asked the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education, Whether, having regard to the Resolutions passed by the London School Board, the Birmingham School Board, and other School Boards, Her Majesty's Government will consider the advisability, in the Technical Instruction Bill for England, of placing the power of setting up Technical Schools in the hands of School or other Educational Boards, 709 instead of in the hands of Local Authorities for other purposes?
§ THE VICE PRESIDENT (Sir WILLIAM HART DYKE) (Kent, Dartford)
, in reply, said, the Question of the hon. Member raised a subject of importance, which, with others of like importance, had been under the consideration of the Government in framing the Bill which was to be submitted to the House.