§ 18. Mr. WESTWOOD
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what was the total sum spent on education in Scotland for the last available year, giving the amount paid from national revenue and local rates, respectively?
§ that there were 467 classes—I think that was the number—in Glasgow with more than 60 pupils?
§ Following are the figures:
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
So far as those branches of education for which my Department has administrative responsibility are concerned, the last available year is 1926–27, and the figures for which the hon. Member asks are £6,798,900 from the Exchequer and £4,984,450 from local rates, making a total of £11,783,350.