§ Colonel Wigg
asked the Secretary of State for War the names of members of the Education Advisory Board; the number of times the hoard met in 1946; and the cost to the public of such meetings.
§ Mr. Bellenger
The names of the members of the Army Education Advisory Board are at present as follows and new members are appointed from time to time:
Sir Philip Morris: Vice-Chancellor, University of Bristol.
Dr. W. P. Alexander: Secretary, Association of Education Committees.
R. Birley, Esq.: Headmaster, Charterhouse.
F. Bray, Esq.: Under-Secretary, Further Education, Ministry of Education.
H. Clay, Esq.: President, Workers' Educational Association.
Dr. W. A. F. Hepburn: Director of Education for Lanarkshire.
E. J. W. Jackson, Esq.: Chief Inspector, Ministry of Education.
Dr. H. Lowery: Principal, South-West Essex Technical College and School of Art.
C. W. K. MacMullen, Esq.: Principal Assistant Secretary, Training Department, Ministry of Labour and National Service.
J. W. Parker, Esq.: Deputy Secretary, Scottish Education Department.
Sir Edward G. Savage: Education Officer, London County Council.
Mrs. J. L. Stocks: Principal, Westfield College (University of London).
W. E. Williams, Esq.: Director, Bureau of Current Affairs.234W
Professor J. N. Wright: Dean of the Faculty of Arts (University of St. Andrews).
Major-General Sir Charles Keightley: Director of Military Training, War Office.
Major-General C. Lloyd: Director of Army Education, War Office.
The Board met seven times during the year 1946.
The total cost during 1946 of travelling expenses and subsistence allowances was £110 18s.