day release

Of the juveniles employed in non-industrial posts, 271 attend day release classes.

I understand that the day release of young local authority employees is widespread and increasing.


The equipment at day release is old-fashioned compared with that being used in the factory.

Eight hundred and seventy-three juveniles under 18 years of age are attending day release classes.

Though these are relatively satisfactory figures, is there not a case for making day release compulsory?

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The mining industry has a good record, too, even though it is lumped in with quarrying, where day release statistics are poor.

They have to find out what measures can be taken, short of a general right to day release, to improve the numbers.

I believe that in present circumstances this will be more effective than the introduction of a legal right to day release.

There will also be a great increase of day release and block release courses as part of the expansion of industrial training.

Our amendment comes close to the old concept of “one-day” day release—the idea of eight hours of study, for which the employer pays.

In 1938 some 50.000 were obtaining day release, and the latest figures show ten times that number who are getting day release.

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That is certainly a step that is likely to lead to more day release and more education for the sixteen to eighteen-year-olds.

There should he a great expansion of day release for commercial study and the advantages of block release should be explored.

What measure does he propose to increase the numbers taking advantage of day release?

It will not, however, involve compulsory day release from employment.

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