HC Deb 29 January 1947 vol 432 cc233-4W
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.

Professor J. N. Wright: Dean of the Faculty of Arts (University of St. Andrews).

Observer Members:

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.