HC Deb 05 March 1888 vol 323 cc175-6
MR. HOWELL (Bethnal Green, N. E.)

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, If his attention has been called to the Thirtieth Report on Reformatory Schools, in which it is said that— Where the teaching power is sufficient, and the teachers are capable and anxious to do their duty, the results are satisfactory; and, if this is the case, whether the Government will insure efficient teaching power in all such schools by teachers who are capable and anxious to do their duty?


, in reply, said, the question of securing more efficient teaching in the schools referred to had been for some time under the consideration of the Government, and the Bill about to be introduced would deal with the subject.