The author tries to give a whole idea of the organization and character of the agricultural secondary teaching in England and Wales, its principal direction being contained in the rapport drawn by the Loveday Commision in 1945. It is to be noted the English trend to suppress the exclusively technical or professiontal secondary schools in a strict sense. The agricultural secondary teaching tries to prepare those wo will later on occupy positions of responsibility in the agricultural industry so that they may be clever, useful members in the rural community. In the first place the Loveday Commision studied the adaptation of a plan of agricultural studies to the existing schools: Secondary Grammar School, Secondary Technical School and Secondary Modern School and in second place the creation of two types of agricultural technical secondary Schools: Agricultural Technical School and Rural Junior Polytechnic.

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