§ SIR GEORGE SCOTT ROBERTSON (Bradford, Central)
I beg to ask the President of the Board of Education how will a certain admittedly able and efficient headmaster under forty, and now drawing a salary of £240 a year, be provided for if his large non-provided school is abandoned altogether under the new Act, its scholars being found places in the neighbouring schools, as would probably be the case; and will the headmaster be compensated adequately for his loss, unless and until a similar situation is found for him, or must he go forth to seek employment perhaps in a much humbler position in order to earn a living.
§ MR. MCKENNA
My hon. friend's Question raises issues which can be more conveniently dealt with in debate than by means of Question and Answer.