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August 25, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

Ottawa, Canada
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Tuesday, August 25, 1964
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i A special committee of the Ontario Teacher Federat I n ; will recommend to lu Board of Governor that provision for a Grade 14 be made in. Ontario, v' The report, emanating from the Universities Committee of the Federation, I In response to a report by the Ontario Uni-veriity Presidents which 4 1 s-carded the possibility of a Grade 14. C The committee feels that Grades 11 and 14 could be set v up ta a fashion similar to that ' asad in toe US. but under the . control at local school boards. HELP UNIVERSITIES The belief t that such a sys Poultry Entries I V ..-.f ... ' J. i. .Out - of - town exhibitors dominated selections for the Poultry Hall of Fame at the , J 964 Central Canada Exhibition. , Tba best ot some l.ttt en-' tries in this year's poultry show are now on display oa tbe up per floor of the Coliseum. : Keith McCalg, of Uchute, Que., had best large fowl and beet turkey m show. Joining him with HaH of Fame entries were: Gordon Xidler, Guelph. bast Bantam la show; D. A. McPbee, Vsnkleek HiO, beat "waterfowl; Grant Ball. Gloucester, best pigeon,1 Ma Hoyiand. IngeTSoll. best rabbit; ' ?and Jamas WIHiarns. Tweeds- moir Avenue, Ojlsws, best cage . wre. Entries were down slightly ,. from last year. An increase la -. pigeon cbus entries Just tailed . ,' to offset drops ta standard fowl and bantam classes. .," Prtoe tnoney this year weal , about P.34, also slighUy down . from" JsSJ. v tem "would giva some reuei to the universities and would satisfy the need of many students who are not prepared t complete a university course.'. The Board, composed of 4 delegates from aha Association's various affiliates, agreed te the formation of a commute to examine the' feasibility of the Federation , assuming the responsibility for the issue of standards for elementary school teacher. -. ... If the results of the study are favorable, , the ; Board wilt approach the Minister of Educa tion with ks proposals. " - IN TUESDAY. AUGUST 28. Ht4 TffB OTTAWA JOURNAL 11 'RELIEF FOR UNIVERSITIES' Need Grade 14 Committee lot poara aiso reeoivea so submit several names so the Minister of Education for thch sloa in a committee esUbasbed by the governmeat to examine and report oa aha preparation of teacners sor (na emnemaiT scaoois of untano. - . In brief, other proposals of tba Board ware: to request the Canadian Teachers" Federation allow the teachers the KM taxi exetnptioa tor legKHnata pro- isesionsi expenses; w nnn the' Minister of Educatios) to consider re establishing Grade 1) August exams in up to two subjects par student lor the pur- poee of raising eh grades. The Association, which represents IU0S elementary and sec ondary school teachers la (it province, a concemea wiu me isneral welfare of these teacn ers and tbe relsilonshlp of their work to education la the prov ince. " ' , The annual meeting of the Board of .Governors pill tiau ta .Ottawa for the asainder of tbe week. 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