The Science Teachers Association and the Commission

Editors, Environment

Abstract


Teachers of Science in New South vVales who were unable to attend the two meetings of the Science Teachers' Association at which the matters were discussed, have asked for information as to the recommendations which were made by the Association to the Educational Commission in New South Wales at the close of 1933. At the earlier meeting, in September, the views of the members were obtained with regard to opinions to be expressed before the Commission (as being those of the Association), and the resolutions adopted were then embodied in a document submitted to the Commissioners. Subsequently, the secretary (Mr. T. R. Mason) being unable to attend at the stipulated time, he was represented before the Commission by Mr. Willmott, a member of the Council.

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