HC Deb 13 November 1950 vol 480 c127W
Mr. Grey

asked the Minister of Education if he is aware that, owing to the inadequacy of accommodation in grammar schools, many capable children are denied the benefits of a grammar school education, and that the curriculum of the secondary modern school is not yet an adequate substitute; and if he will, pending the establishment of the comprehensive school, consider building more grammar schools to meet this emergency.

Mr. Tomlinson

I am aware that as between different local education authorities there are variations in the percentage