SOCIAL TRAINING AND THE CHARITY ORGANIZATION SOCIETY.
[TO THE EDITOR Or Ma " SPECTATOR."]
Sia,—As heads of departments in the University in which training in various kinds of social and public health work is undertaken, we should like to testify to the great value of the practical training given through the District Committees of the Charity Organization Society. Apart from the knowledge they gain of the work of different social agencies and of the practical bearing of sound legislation on family life, we feel that the training in method which the students acquire is of the greatest possible value to their future work.—We are, Sir, &c.,
MARGARET PUKE (Principal of Bedford College for Women. University of London).
(Dean of the Household and Social Science Department, King's College for Women).