Many of the schools opened immediately after the war did not result from the Education Act.
As a result of this view the government passed the 1870 Education Act.
Central schools were first established following the 1918 Education Act.
The law requires the federal government to pay 40 percent of the cost of services provided under the education act.
The school system was changed with the introduction of the Education Act 1944.
Yes sir, county council could make that decision, it would first though have to consider a report from the education committee, under the education act.
Following the Education Act 1944, it became a secondary modern school.
The 1944 Education Act paved the way for much of this change.
After the war, the Education Act 1944 established a number of categories for state schools.
This change would be reinforced by the 1968 Education Act.