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The main principle which should guide us in discussing the question of the State and Child Wel fare, I consider, is that the State looks after the child primarily because he is a child, and not because he is destitute or sick or criminally inclined. There fore it behoves us not to wait until one or more of these calamities overtakes him before we super vise his upbringing. This principle was half con ceded by the establishment of an Education Author ity. Half only, for until lately the child's parents still had to be destitute before the State concerned itself in any way with his bodily needs. Years of experience, however, in the teaching of underfed children have brought home to our people the fact that we cannot separate mental and bodily welfare.
The prolonged controversy over the feeding of school children has led to the acceptance of a second principle of action: that the welfare of the child should be looked after by one authority only - zia, that the necessary feeding should be undertaken by the School Authority, and not by the Poor Law Guardians.
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bound: 394 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 4, 2017)
isbn: 1331332877, 978-1331332879,
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