St Mary-le-Bow public debates

Green, Dame Mary, formerly headmistress of Kidbrooke Comprehensive School. (Part 1 of 7). Bow Dialogues

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Kerstin Olsson RostDouble or trebble the costs, we could do without certain military spending if we really wanted better education (20 to a class) and this should be for ALL the children in the country. It would take a bold gov.
Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost on 23/01/2013

Kerstin Olsson RostHis belief in the maintained schools encouraging. She agrees. C could do with being able to have small classes in the public schools - but then the country must be prep to pay more for ed.
Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost on 23/01/2013

Kerstin Olsson RostHattersley - brought down a lot of criticism on Lab due to his views, but questionable if it is Lab policy.
Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost on 23/01/2013

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:06:26

  • Shelf mark

    1CDR0003200

  • Subjects

    Education

  • Recording date

    1973-09-18

  • Recording locations

    Church of St Mary-le-Bow, London

  • Speakers

    Green, Dame Mary (female), McCulloch, Joseph, 1908-1990 (male)

  • Description

    Dame Mary Green in conversation with Joseph McCulloch, Rector of St Mary-le-Bow church. Topics discussed include: education.

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[4:38]

Double or trebble the costs, we could do without certain military spending if we really wanted better education (20 to a class) and this should be for ALL the children in the country. It would take a bold gov.

Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost, PhD, Bangor on 23/01/2013 11:45:00

[2:44]

His belief in the maintained schools encouraging. She agrees. C could do with being able to have small classes in the public schools - but then the country must be prep to pay more for ed.

Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost, PhD, Bangor on 23/01/2013 11:43:00

[1:57]

Hattersley - brought down a lot of criticism on Lab due to his views, but questionable if it is Lab policy.

Posted by Kerstin Olsson Rost, PhD, Bangor on 23/01/2013 11:41:00