Item Y/COU/5/3/16/5 - Youth Employment Sub-Committee [Education] minutes

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Youth Employment Sub-Committee [Education] minutes


  • 1943-1952 (Creation)

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Oversight and rationalisation of school-aged education was begun in York by the York School Board in 1889. The function was transferred to the council in 1902/3 when it was established as the new LEA (Local Education Authority). A provisional committee was established in January 1903, and the formal committee took over in July.

The first municipal secondary school (Queen Anne's School for Girls) was opened in 1910. Mill Mount (Girls) and Nunthorpe (Boys) were added in 1920. The 1902 Education Act provided for the funding and management of church schools by LEAs and improved resources and standardisation. A proportion of funds were provided centrally from the Board of Education in Whitehall, which advised, approved or suggested actions to be taken by LEAs.
Function received from York School Board (1889-1902). Supported by Secretary of Education.

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Originally Sub-committee of York Education Committee. Renamed Youth Employment Sub-Committee in 1949

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Renamed Youth Employment Sub-Cttee from 1949.


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