§ Mr. Barry Jones
asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if she has read the report of America's Institute of International Education in New York, a copy of which is in her possession, which states that nearly 1,600 teachers from Great Britain have taken up appointments in schools and colleges for better salaries and conditions; and if she will take urgent measures to improve the salary scales of teachers in Wales and England; and if she will make a statement.
§ Mr. van Straubenzee
Traditionally, many English and Welsh teachers take appointments in the United States and many United States teachers come here This is a desirable interchange.
Teachers' salaries are a matter for the Burnham Committee.