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7 in the Supplementary Minute. Latest government advice . 101, 103). for one stipendiary monitor, £4 for two: £6 for three, and £1 10s. I have the honour to be, etc. At the same time, the extension made by the Supplementary Minute, from five-eighths (Minutes of 1850-1, vol. per scholar is equal to £25, but 101 I have the honour to be, etc. The public grants at the end of each year for the students passing the prescribed examination came in aid of this moiety, and if such grants be henceforth withdrawn from the first year, the colleges will get so much the less aid in defraying that part of the expenditure which is not covered by the fees. * The number of pupil-teachers who will respectively complete their apprenticeships in each of the next five years is 1,018, 1,322, 1,827, 2,208, 2,149. SIR, (4.) (4) To know the geography of Great Britain and Palestine. LINGEN. Council on Education for Public Health. [page 284] At the end of the third year, pupil teachers will be examined by the Inspector:- per scholar in schools for boys, and 12s. (8) The girls should have acquired greater skill as teachers of sewing, knitting, etc. Before any application for aid shall be entertained, the Committee will require to be satisfied, by reference either to the Inspectors, or to the National or British and, Foreign School Society, or, if the school be in Scotland, to some competent authority there:-. (a) That the grant and certificate at the end of the second year be at the rate and of the degree corresponding to the papers. The public grants at the end of each year for the students passing the prescribed examination came in aid of this moiety, and if such grants be henceforth withdrawn from the first year, the colleges will get so much the less aid in defraying that part of the expenditure which is not covered by the fees. This he may very readily do by keeping a separate list of such children, and habituating them to stand out at some such call as "boys above nine, first [or second] division." By the joint operation of these measures, my Lords confidently anticipate that the vacancies now remaining unfilled (about 300 out of 1,900) in the several normal colleges will find well-qualified occupants. The amount of the Queen's scholarships (it is argued) comes in lieu of the fee which the student must otherwise pay. subjects, in the day-schools where they have served their apprenticeship; but the first, and very often the last, point in their career at which they are brought into intimate and domestic contact with persons of superior cultivation, and are obliged to conform to a higher standard of manners and habits, is in the normal college. In this year girls may be examined in the historical geography of Great Britain. At the first inspection, if the teacher were not already registered, you would satisfy yourself of his not being prima facie incompetent; and my Lords would accept this assurance until the next annual payment became due, by which time, the teacher in charge, if not certificated, must at least be registered. 5. Their Lordships further resolved:- The whole number will be comprised in a single list, and each Queen's scholar so nominated will be at liberty to go to any of the training schools under inspection, the authorities of which may consent to receive him. (2) The possible number of Queen's scholars (Minutes of 25th July, 1850, 20th August, 1853, 14th July, 1855), pursuant to the existing regulations. (3) To write from dictation sums in the first four simple rules of arithmetic, and to work them correctly. [page 288] Founded in 1904, the Council on Medical Education recommends educational policies to the AMA House of Delegates. (c) Write on paper from dictation, in a neat hand and with correct spelling, two or three simple sentences twice read to them, first consecutively, and then by a few words at a time. At the end of the second year:- These standards are required to be m . Professor Moseley, and the Rev. (7) In schools where vocal music is taught, he should have commenced instruction from notes, and should give proof of improvement in each succeeding year. [page 317] The value of the certificate will not be fixed in the first instance higher than the first division of the third class for any student who shall have resided less than one year and a half (see following section) at a training school under inspection. Assistant teachers of three years standing and upwards may be examined for certificates of merit, but will not be admissible to receive pecuniary augmentation on account of them, except on fulfilment of the conditions at present in force for such grants. 20th August, 1853. The right of inspection will be required by the Committee in all cases. Whether he is to be entitled to a certificate or not, and of what class, is to be determined by the tenor of those Reports, and by the result of his examination previous to quitting the training school. If the first Report be favourable, he will be paid for the first year on the scale of the lowest class. [page 305] MlNUTE BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 2ND JUNE, 1856, REGULATING ADMISSION OF QUEEN'S SCHOLARS AND ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS IN TRAINING COLLEGES (1) To extend the provisional measure (Minute of 20th August, 1853), "whereby pupil-teachers admitted before 1st January, 1854, may continue to receive the rate of payment for the fifth year during the period to elapse between the end of that year and the 31st of the following December", so far as to allow the period in question to be passed either in the pupil-teacher's own school, or at a training college under inspection, provided that the principal of the college (with the consent of the managers of the pupil-teacher's own school) apply to the Committee of Council for the pupil-teacher's admission, and forward a written authority from the parent or guardian of the pupil-teacher to receive, on his or her account, the payment due on 31st December. 8. [page 322] (1) That the income of the school in the preceding year from endowments, subscriptions, collections, and school-pence shall have amounted to 14s. My Lords consider that this objection is over-ruled by other considerations. You are required, without permanently lowering the standard at present maintained, to reach a class of schools hitherto unable to fulfil the conditions of public assistance. 8. My Lords trust, that by the operation of the supplementary Minute adopted this day, coupled with the next clause (5) in the Minute now under consideration, there may soon be no difficulty in obtaining certificated teachers. That the pupil teachers to whom such exhibitions should be awarded should be thenceforth denominated "Queen's Scholars. [page 318] Now, in meeting this objection, it is necessary to lay down that, if the training colleges are in any fair sense to maintain the character of independent institutions, the Government cannot both fill them with Queen's scholars, and also offer a grant (equal in amount to a Queen's scholarship) at the end of each year for every student who passes the prescribed examination. 9. Orders in Council 1839 | Revised Code 1862. 5. At the end of the third year:- [page 311] (4) To open the examination for Queen's scholarships to all competitors who might be selected and presented by the authorities of the several colleges on their own responsibility, subject to no other condition than that the candidates be more than eighteen years old, and (if pupil-teachers) have not deserted their service. (c) Write on paper from dictation, in a neat hand and with correct spelling, two or three simple sentences twice read to them, first consecutively, and then by a few words at a time. is equal to £20 4s. Stipendiary Monitors. [page 298] [page 285] IN forwarding the enclosed copy of a recent Minute‡ by the Committee of Council, for your information, I am directed by the Lord President to add the following account of its provisions and object:- (Ibid., p. In this, as in all other Minutes, my Lords aim at improvement. (2) English history. (3) Geography. (Ibid., p. MINUTE BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 4TH MAY, 1859; CANCELLING SECTION 9 IN THE MINUTE OF 20TH AUGUST, 1853 (8) That three-fourths of the scholars above seven and under nine years of age; three-fourths of those above nine and under eleven; and three-fourths of those above eleven and under thirteen respectively pass such an examination before Her Majesty's Inspector or Assistant Inspector as shall be set forth in a separate Minute of details. *Total number of students capable of being accommodated in training schools under inspection: males, 1,143; females, 788. At present the schools where such grants are paid must be supported by voluntary subscriptions (independently of other sources of income) to the same amount as the grant. (a) Read books of general information fluently. [page 286] My Lords would not be disposed to put it in force without satisfactory evidence that the amount subscribed in each given case was reasonably liberal under the circumstances. 5. is equal to £20 4s. As the vacancies are far from being equally distributed among the several colleges, my Lords take this opportunity to record their opinion that the emptiness of certain institutions, in comparison with others, is not due to circumstances which imply inferiority; and it may be important to add that, as the examinations are absolutely the same everywhere, so, when a student has once passed those examinations, and has entered upon charge of a school the question of the college in which he may have been trained is never again mooted by my Lords in determining his rank or estimation as a certificated master. [page 320] After mature deliberation, their Lordships have determined that it would not be expedient to abandon the present plan of one uniform competitive examination for Queen's scholarships. The duty imposed upon you is not easy to discharge without great attention and judgment. 10. (Signed) R.R.W. The period which pupil-teachers pass at the college, between MlNUTE BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 2ND JUNE, 1856, REGULATING ADMISSION OF QUEEN'S SCHOLARS AND ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS IN TRAINING COLLEGES 6. The period which pupil-teachers pass at the college, between Total number of Queen's Scholars for year to end Christmas, 1853: males, 204: females, 118. That there is a fair prospect that the salary of the master and mistress, and the ordinary expenses of the school, will be provided for during the period of apprenticeship. (Minutes of 1854-5, Vol. The value of the certificate will not be fixed in the first instance higher than the first division of the third class for any student who shall have resided less than one year and a half (see following section) at a training school under inspection. General Rule. The training colleges have suffered in two ways, by the failure of students to pass the first year's examination satisfactorily. Qualifications of Stipendiary Monitors in each Year At the end of the 4th Year£17 10s£12 10s Now this latter sum, when divided among 433 students, gives less than £15 7s. (6) In their skill in managing and examining the first class in grammar, geography, and mental arithmetic, and in giving *a lesson to two or three classes grouped together. The first grants will be paid on receipt of your Report for the year ending at the date fixed for your visit in 1854. [page 329] Retiring Pensions to Schoolmasters and Mistresses for long and efficient Services everywhere, so, when a student has once passed those examinations, and has entered upon charge of a school the question of the college in which he may have been trained is never again mooted by my Lords in determining his rank or estimation as a certificated master. Hitherto the limitation has been applied to the number of Queen's scholarships (by the Minute of 25th July, 1850). You will not be required to keep or forward the papers of this examination, but will simply enter the results in your Report, the form of which will, in future, contain a suitable space for the entry. We review and maintain standards for nursing and midwifery education and practice at both pre and post-registration levels. per week, at least, shall be paid for the education of every scholar by his or her parents, guardians, or friends, and that in no case in which the attendance or school-pence of any scholar are reckoned, shall the charge exceed 4d. In such cases the duties may be discharged by the candidate or candidates for the vacancy; and my Lords will allow a sum proportionate to the time and to the number of vacancies for remunerating the services rendered; such sum to be distributed at the discretion of the managers. The Council for Educational Technology (originally called the National Council for Educational Technology (NCET) but reformed as the Council for Educational Technology (CET) in 1972) was set up in 1967 by the Department of Education and Science in the UK. difficulty experienced by the trustees and managers of such institutions of maintaining them in efficiency. The council aims to meet 3 to 4 times a year. The grants of £20, £25, and £30, now made to each training school, according to the class obtained by the students in the examination, will, after Christmas, 1B53, be made on account of those students only who shall have completed a second year's residence. That the school is well furnished and well supplied with books and apparatus. The public grants at the end of each year for the students passing the prescribed examination came in aid of this moiety, and if such grants be henceforth withdrawn from the first year, the colleges will get so much the less aid in defraying that part of the expenditure which is not covered by the fees. To remove the limitation at present imposed on the admission of Queen's scholars. Their Lordships further resolved:- will be sent to the managers. Before any application for aid shall be entertained, the Committee will require to be satisfied, by reference either to the Inspectors, or to the National or British and 4. (a) Read books of general information fluently. With regard to schools already in receipt of annual grants, the Minute will be put in force from 1st January next, without further application on the part of the managers, i.e., as each Report by Her Majesty's Inspector on such a school is received, the Committee of Council will decide, not only upon the stipends, gratuity, or augmentation, but also on the capitation grant to be allowed in respect of the year ending at the date fixed for the annual inspection. 4. It was certainly far from their Lordships' intention (as declared in the preamble) to diminish the funds available for the purposes of normal training. On the day of your visit, after making the usual call, the master would put back all those boys on whose account no capitation grant is claimed. Council Office, Whitehall, SIR, I have the honour to be, etc. Committee of Council on Education, Before their Lordships allow this rate to be exceeded in any college, they will require to have before them nominal returns of all the candidates selected as Queen's scholars in the different colleges, and their Lordships will judge from these returns what further admissions may be sanctioned from the same class. Resolved, In the case of such pupil-teachers, to recognize their employment as assistants in schools liable to inspection, under the following conditions, viz:- The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) is a professional organization for individuals involved in assessment, evaluation, testing, and other aspects of educational measurement. 10. (5) In the Holy Scriptures and in the Catechism, with illustrations by passages from Holy Writ, in Church of England schools, the parochial clergyman assisting in the examination. In order, however, to meet the case of those training schools which may not immediately be able to adapt their system to a course of two years, and in which Her Majesty's Inspectors shall report that the theory and practice of teaching are efficiently imparted, according to tile most approved methods, and with all the requisite appliances, their Lordships will, as a provisional measure, grant £10 to the college for every student who, having resided one full year, and being classed in the examination at the end of it, shall continue in residence for six months longer, and during that time shall attend exclusively to such theory Council Chamber, Whitehall, 21st December, 1846. Read, Recommendations by the Rev. This is a point which you will do well to note yourself, and to impress upon others. [page 304] (Minutes of 1854-5, p. To Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, etc. After mature deliberation, their Lordships have determined that it would not be expedient to abandon the present plan of one uniform competitive examination for Queen's scholarships. Henceforth, there will be an intermediate class, at the end of the first year, for those students who, without loss to the college in respect of the past year, may be required to repeat that year's course of study. subjects, in the day-schools where they have served their apprenticeship; but the first, and very often the last, point in their career at which they are brought into intimate and domestic contact with persons of superior cultivation, and are obliged to conform to a higher standard of manners and habits, is in the normal college. is above the actual receipt per student in the majority of normal institutions. Select your job title and find out how much you could make at Council On International Educational Exchange. (3) That the school be well furnished, and well supplied with books and apparatus. In reporting upon them you will carefully bear in mind the instructions dated 13th June and 4th October, 1851 (Minutes of 1851-2, pp. (b) Resident students in normal colleges (not having been pupil-teachers) who are more than 20 years old, and who have succeeded in passing the examination (including the schedule) at the end of their first year's residence. CIRCULAR LETTER ADDRESSED TO HER MAJESTY'S INSPECTORS OF SCHOOLS RELATIVE TO FOREGOING MINUTE Education Department, [page 321] (2) English history. (6) In their ability to examine a class in reading, in the rudiments of grammar and arithmetic; and, during the examination, to keep the class attentive, in order and in activity without undue noise. Their Lordships considered:- That it is expedient, for the further encouragement of deserving schoolmasters, that small gratuities be annually distributed, under the authority of the Lord President, to schoolmasters whose zeal and success in teaching may, on the Report of the Inspector, appear to entitle them to such encouragement; and that Regulations be framed with reference to the distribution of such gratuities. everywhere, so, when a student has once passed those examinations, and has entered upon charge of a school the question of the college in which he may have been trained is never again mooted by my Lords in determining his rank or estimation as a certificated master. On the other hand, it is undeniable that to require such an income to be raised in respect to the whole number of scholars would exclude the greater part of the schools which it is the object of the Minute to reach. 2. REGULATlONS RESPECTING THE EDUCATION OF PUPIL TEACHERS AND STIPENDIARY MONITORS (4) In the *geography of Great Britain as connected with the outlines of English history. By the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council on Education. Provided that no such grant shall be claimable in respect of any year preceding the date at which the visit of one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools shall, according to the regulations now in force, be due to the school in question. The attendance required to fulfil the conditions of the grant ought to be fixed at a point beyond the common practice. per scholar is equal to £25 4s., and so on to other quantities. The mere substitution of public for local money is an evil if it does not stimulate improvement in a greater degree than could otherwise be realized. per scholar in schools for girls, without including the annual value of the teacher's house or other school-buildings. These representations embrace many particulars, which will require separate answers, but as all the memorialists, in one form or other, advert to the 12th section of the Minute, it will be the more convenient course to deal with the memorials to this extent collectively. I am directed to request your attention to the explanations which my Lords have this day authorized me to issue in regard to the foregoing Minute. Choose from 30 programs in 14 countries. 1. Their Lordships will not grant more than one such augmentation of salary in any training school, when the number of students in residence does not exceed thirty, nor more than two where the number does not exceed sixty, nor more than three such augmentations in any case. By the Lords of the Committee on Education, of Her Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council. (4) That the school shall be kept by a master or mistress holding a certificate of merit under the Minutes of 1846, and that at least seven-tenths of the whole income, including the grant, shall be applied to the salary of the teacher and assistant teacher. of the total accommodation in each establishment to Queen's scholars who have not been pupil-teachers. subjects, in the day-schools where they have served their apprenticeship; but the first, and very often the last, point in their career at which they are brought into intimate and domestic contact with persons of superior cultivation, and are obliged to conform to a higher standard of manners and habits, is in the normal college. The prospect of such an examination braces the whole system of apprenticeship; and it is hoped that, by allowing the candidates to come into provisional residence, they may be removed from the temptation, to which they are now exposed, of passing into employment instead of into training. 7. MINUTE BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 2OTH AUGUST, 1853, RELATlNG TO QUEEN'S SCHOLARS, APPRENTICES AND CERTIFICATED TEACHERS (a) Read books of general information fluently. At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the 2nd day of June, 1856. An exercise in drawing will in future form part of each examination of the students. It was further Resolved, That as the masters having charge of the instruction and training of school apprentices will be selected for their character and skill, and as the education of the apprentices will increase the labour and responsibilities of such masters, it is expedient that the successful performance of these duties be rewarded by annual grants in aid of their stipends, according to the number of apprentices trained by each master. CIRCULAR TO HER MAJESTY'S INSPECTORS OF SCHOOLS, EXPLANATORY OF FOREGOING MINUTE, DATED 2ND JUNE, 1856, RELATING TO QUEEN'S SCHOLARS AND STUDENTS IN TRAINING COLLEGES As the admission of the pupil-teachers into provisional residence during the current year of training, in the normal colleges, will act soonest upon those colleges which are comparatively empty, and may so far tend to cut off a portion of the supply of pupil-teachers who would otherwise have resorted to colleges now full, their Lordships have thrown open the examination for Queen's scholarships to a new class of competitors, and they anticipate that a considerable supply of candidates may be found among young persons who are now assistants in private schools, among untrained schoolmasters and schoolmistresses desirous of improving their attainments, among Sunday school teachers, and, generally, among all those individuals with a natural aptitude for the work of instruction who become known from time to time to the clergy and other promoters of education, and who, with a little preparatory assistance in their private studies, may readily be made to reach the standard of examination. Thus the indentures of all pupil-teachers admitted in January-June, 1854, will expire at Christmas, 1858, and of all pupil-teachers admitted in JuJy-December, 1854, at Christmas, 1859. IN forwarding the enclosed copy of a recent Minute‡ by the Committee of Council, for your information, I am directed by the Lord President to add the following account of its provisions and object:- At the close of each year, pupil teachers or stipendiary monitors will be required to present certificates of good conduct from the managers of the school, and of punctuality, diligence, obedience, and attention to their duties from the master or mistress. For the present, my Lords will be satisfied if the school be under a registered teacher. It might be their (1) My Lords have been asked in respect of what boys and girls the required annual income is to be calculated; whether, for instance, in respect of the whole number on the books, or in average attendance, or in respect of those only for whom the capitation grant is claimable? There is accommodation in the training colleges under inspection for lodging 1,927 students. To Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, etc. All the candidates who reach the prescribed standard will be arranged (pursuant to Section X. of the Minute dated 20th August, 1853) in the order of merit, irrespectively of their having been pupil-teachers or not. i., p. 83) to three-fourths, as the possible share of the State in the total expenditure, appeared to be as great an augmentation as was warrantable. If the pupil-teacher fail in the examination for a Queen's scholarship, the Committee of Council undertake no responsibility beyond making good the payment due on 31st December. In schools where the average attendance exceeds 100, their Lordships will apply the Minute of 23rd July, 1852, without requiring that an assistant shall be taken to be in lieu of two pupil-teachers. and the following qualifications for candidates for such stipends:- The following qualifications will be required from candidates for apprenticeship:-, In schools connected with the Church of England, the clergyman and managers, and, in other schools, the managers must certify that the moral character of the candidates and of their families justify an expectation that the instruction and training of the school will be seconded by their own efforts and by. per scholar in schools for boys, and 12s. (3) To modify the system of examination at the end of the first year's residence, so far as to add to the present classes a schedule of students who are to be required to take up the first year's subjects again (viz., at the end of the second year), but without forfeiture of their scholarships, or of the lowest grant to the college in respect of tile past year's training; provided, however:- Their Lordships will institute, therefore, a class of registered as distinguished from certificated teachers. (7) That such forms of account of the income and expenditure, and such registers of school-attendance and of the payment of school-fees be kept, as this Committee may direct, in a separate minute of details. By the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council on Education 8. Thus, suppose a certificated master of the lowest class; his augmentation grant is £15, and he cannot at present obtain it in a school where a sum less than £15 is subscribed. The public grants at the end of each year for the students passing the prescribed examination came in aid of this moiety, and if such grants be henceforth withdrawn from the first year, the colleges will get so much the less aid in defraying that part of the expenditure which is not covered by the fees. All these, however, are aspects under which a good teacher should habituate himself to analyze his school. Such a position, taking into account the Minutes of 6th August and 10th December, 1851, as well as the fourth paragraph in the Minute now under consideration, would be tantamount to incurring responsibility for the entire charge of maintaining the normal colleges under inspection. [page 309] (d) Teachers in night schools. SIR, [page 310] The amount of the Queen's scholarships (it is argued) comes in lieu of the fee which the student must otherwise pay. Receipt of your Report for the first grants will be fixed at a point which you will observe the. 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