At a meoting of the Outram School Committee on Saturday, the following resolutions were passed unanimously, members expressing themselves strongly in support of them:—Resolved—"That this Committee desires members of the Education Board at their next meeting to support Mr M'Kenzie's motion to have the resolutions of 20th March, 1889, revoked. One of these—the limiting of the names of candidates forwarded to three—this Committee regards as an undue interference with the rights and privileges of committees, and believes it has been, and will continue to bo if persisted in, the cause of grave Injustice to teachers and committees. This Committee believes further that any resolution limiting the names of eligible candidates to be forwarded is liable to the same objection, and recommends that the names of all candidates possessing the requisite qualifications be sent to committees." "That a copy of this resolution bo sent to tho various school committees, and that they be urged in order to strengthen Mr M'Kenzie's hands, to pass a similar resolution, and to send a copy to Mr M'Kenzie and one to the Board."
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SCHOOL COMMITTEES., Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
SCHOOL COMMITTEES. Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
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