‘Comprehensive re‐organization is in a state of unstable equilibrium, like the tides of Liverpool Bay.’ Mr N. A. Pannell, chairman of Liverpool Education Committee, said. Since his party's return to office in the local elections of last May there had been no massive changes yet made in council policy — indeed, a long way ahead, ideally all new schools might be comprehensive. Any objection that he had was not to the purpose‐built school but to the bodged‐up amalgamation of separate schools, some distance apart, and in unsuitable buildings.
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