§ 23. Mr. GRAHAM WHITE
asked the President of the Board of Education the present accommodation in the certified special schools for the deaf, and the approximate number of deaf-and-dumb children in the country?
§ The PRESIDENT of the BOARD of EDUCATION (Mr. Trevelyan)
The present accommodation in certified special schools for the deaf is 4,582. The approximate number of deaf children in the country (including those who are partially deaf), based on returns furnished by local education authorities in respect of the year 1923, is 5,700.
§ Mr. TREVELYAN
I cannot give the hon. Member details without further inquiries, but I will make inquiries.