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Title: The evening class, 1960-1964
Authors: Beck, Richard J.
Keywords: Evening and continuation schools -- Malta
Continuing education -- Malta
Continuing education -- Curricula
Issue Date: 1964
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
Citation: Beck, R. J. (1964). The evening class, 1960-1964. Journal of the Faculty of Arts, 2(4), 360-361.
Abstract: The only way to write a book is to sit down and begin it; the only way to take a degree is to sit down and begin it. Realising the vital need for at least a proportion of properly-taught and adequately-qualified teachers in Malta, the Union of Teachers, under the able leadership of the late Alfred Buhagiar, approached Professor Aquilina as Dean of Arts on the feasibility of an evening degree course. Their pleas could not have fallen upon more sympathetic ears. Professor Aquilina 'sold' the idea of an evening course to the University authorities and, with the full co-operation of the university administration, and the subsequent blessing of the Department of Education, the Evening Class was launched in October, 1960.
Appears in Collections:Journal of the Faculty of Arts, Volume 2, Issue 4
Journal of the Faculty of Arts, Volume 2, Issue 4

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