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ERIC Number: EJ176892
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1977
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The Board of Education, Joseph Martin, and the Origins of the Manitoba School Question: A Footnote
Child, Alan H.
Canadian Journal of Education, 2, 3, 37-42, 77
Manitoba's first School Act in 1871 placed the administration of schools under a Board Of Education, divided into a Protestant and a Catholic Section. In 1890 the Manitoba Liberal government led by Thomas Greenway abolished the board and placed education under a department of education. Discusses the developments that led to that change and the role of the Attorney General, Joseph Martin, in affecting religious instruction. (Author/RK)
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Identifiers - Location: Canada