HC Deb 18 February 1932 vol 261 cc1809-10
36. Mr. MANDER

asked the President of the Board of Education whether full effect has now been given to the recommendations of the sub-committee of experts of the League of Nations with regard to education and the League as well as those of the joint committee of associations of local education authorities and teachers?


The recommendations of the two bodies to which my hon. Friend refers are so detailed and numerous that it is not possible for me to say that full effect has been given to them; but I can assure him that great and increasing attention is being given in this country to the subject of the instruction of the young in the aims and achievements of the League of Nations. I may add that a full report on this subject has recently been furnished to the League by the Board of Education.

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