—Says Education Minister
Speaking in Lincoln on Wednesday, Mr. R. A. Butler, President of the hoard of Education, pointed out how the war was broadening the scope of education,
Children are doing their hit by helping with salvage work, the collection of waste, school savings groups, digging for victory, making comforts for the troops and adopting ships. All this practical work and practical service is worth many a classroom lesson in citizenship, said Mr. Butler.
" I believe." he concluded, " that activities of this kind may well be ancillary to the religious education which we are anxious should have a rightful place in the life of our schools, inasmuch as Christianity is not only a faith to be iollowed but a life to be