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Public Administration in the Highlands And Islands of Scotland

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Public Administration in the Highlands And Islands of Scotland
John Percival Day
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The existing organisation of educational facilities may be the said to have evolved during the period 1 898-1 903. The public E^SS^roNAL Elementary Schools are organised internally in three depart- Organisa- ments : infants, age 5-7 ; juniors, age 7-10 ; and seniors, "°^' age 10-12. The Education (Scotland) Act, 1901, aboHshed exemption by examination and made 14 the age up to which " children, not specially exempted, must remain at school. For such scholars as are destined to leave school at 1
...4, a suitable course of further instruction during their last two school years is provided by the Supplementary Courses in the Elementary Schools. Parents who wish their children to remain at school until 16 or 17 years of age, send them at the age of 12, or, if they prefer, at the commencement of the child's scholastic career, to an Intermediate (or Higher Grade) School. These schools were first estabhshed by the Code of 1899 and provide, normally, a three-years' (12-15) 166 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN THE The Pro- vision OF School buildinqs.

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