§ 41. Mr. HARRIS
asked the President of the Board of Education what is the number of men and women teachers, respectively, in elementary schools who are in possession of a University degree; and what proportions of the total numbers of men and women teachers in these schools do these numbers, respectively, represent?
§ Lord E. PERCY
According to the latest information in my possession, which refers to the date 31st March. 1921, the number of teachers in public elementary schools who stated that they held University degrees was 1,227 men and 685 women, representing, respectively, 3.2 per cent. of the men teachers and .53 per cent. of the women teachers.
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§ of increasing this extraordinary small percentage?
§ Mr. CAMPBELL
Can the Noble Lord tell us the proportion of these with degrees in the London service?