THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE.
The twelfth annual meeting of this body takes place on Tuesday week. The report states inter alia that in view of the Board s recent action it will be desirable for the Institute to reconsider the method of selecting teachers >, fcat it having been brought under the notice- of the Committee of Management that, in some instances, country schools have been opened on Saturdays for the purpose of preparing children for culmination, the Committee are decidedly & opinion that teachers should avoid breaking ic on the recognised Saturday recess; and in reference to the holidays given at the time of the Institute's gathering, it is mentioned that the action of some aommittees in declining to close their Bchools vhbs» to have been J ustlfied > a 8 , the . head-masters t&ke np interest in the work of the Institute. In ordar to give more time for discussion, the number of papers to be read will be lessened this year. At thw meeting contributions will be given by Dr Belcher on •' The Theory of the Useful in Education'; Mr Tyndall (of Tuapeka) on ' Bibliolatry'; Mr Maho«py (of Milton) on 'The Advantages of a JJon-poUtioaJ Council in Liey of Education Bonds,'; Mr E. hj. Morrison on ' ,f uveuili? Offenders .; Mr J. Renpie on '.Ourselye^/
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THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE., Evening Star, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889
THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE. Evening Star, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889
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