School Accommodation.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Education. – in the House of Commons on 31st July 1922.

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NOTE.—No figure comparable with that which can be given for a school attended by full time pupils, such as an Elementary or Secondary school, can be given for Technical Schools or Schools of Art, which provide for students who come for a variety of courses of study and for weekly periods of attendance which are not uniform. The accommodation of such institutions could only be stated at the cost of very considerable labour in the form of a schedule of classrooms, laboratories, workshops, etc., with a statement of the number of places available in each.