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NEW EDUCATION ACT

A BOON TO TEACHERS. HOW IS BOARD COX TROT, AFFECTED!' The Fuucon'oi: Act Amendment Act came into force frc m January 1. and though naiiy of the cK.nges are radical enough in r.'sso, there seems to be- no anticipation thar in esse thev will greatly affect the administrative side of Education Hoard activities—not. at any rate, until the ;>i te-atio.'i of districts take* place, which cannot be for a year—after the Commissi on have sat. From tho ienelvr;.' prefect, point of view the general increase in salaries sets a seal of satisfaction upon the Act. Starting at b-edroek. the n murrain salary for any teacher (ever, it uncertiri'.\.t.od' hap been Trmed from £9O to £llO. Women teachers, •"ho had nijv.iy grievances, have been specially considered, as will bo recognised from consideration of the fac! ih-u r. bile, for- \ irerlv the sabrii? of misti-os-res of l;'.r;v i left top oil tan schools rrogod from £IBO to f,?'iO. th-'V row si'dug h-tween £:•->";0 and £2s''- N-w have tho «?ufri :h- head master's salary has beer, advance' by £6O, and there are plenty of "vises'" :"of ttssistanis between tbe hut-.s of £2O and ±:?0. The Technical College >r. Tbuul-bu ; s not effected ir. the .-an." way ar. thos-e further north, bee,?US'* it. has imr been mid":- th-e direct .-enrol «t the Ofago T... ; ird, but aerninisteei by a .-•u-nrnte beir-l of malingers, between 'a hen cud the domirtmoitt tl>- /'-Mgo iCard have cotel as intermedian-. Rut--ior Cure is nt list a -ha:.'; ir.-aght with some potentiality—the gtmeri! question of te;':miea! cik,-avion in Siate schools tc-iv lie 11111>or• :i:;ti■-' atb"-l--d. I'" ■be- th-. late Act" tho EdMcatie.n Board .stnbH.-hed all te,-hie;n! ■■i;t-cto< ic schools under their dire-lion, and upon the r.-ceri-soeeial grain f'-r these e;> : - y?? , the dena.-t----"merit recognising the class upon tho inspector's roeoinrnoiidatio'i. But under the" "new regime 'he ins] ec-ors be-ome d.'servants. pn--i;ig free -1"' '''■■■■ Tr<>! of the board, anil trough v.-ith ilc the relations exi-tiiir; he;v con the Ca-d and ';!■■' p-rfsetit insivctorato tin- new i -gidation would probably make ottio diifevn e fh--> ! ouestion arises: would the he-re e» m i.'te j rarr.stai> e=? For. reineiiher. the ie-pe-- j 11;- same pesi;c-u aor lies to tie" -:rt,'t'!i--h- I

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NEW EDUCATION ACT, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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NEW EDUCATION ACT Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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