By E. Brian Titley
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School autonomy could only be retained through strict limitations on the powers of inspection. While the Intermediate Board as constituted was an acceptable body, it was not completely trusted and the Irish council bill had shown that it could easily be replaced. With a government so hostile to religion in power it was essential to retain as far as possible every vestige of school independence. The Intermediate Board, for its part, was determined to press ahead with its plans to replace at least some of its annual examinations with inspection.
But he was learning fast and he soon grasped the complexities of Irish educational politics. His future efforts to reform the system would be more realistic, more subtle, and perhaps a little more devious. CHAPTER TWO "An Invidious Distinction " Augustine Birrell was no doctrinaire anticlerical. In fact, his tolerance of Roman Catholicism was quite remarkable for a man of his background and position. Nevertheless, he was prepared to confront the church, if necessary, in order to bring about educational reforms which he deemed essential.
The ecclesiastical authorities were quite willing to provide pensions and better salaries with the Treasury footing the bill but there was no indication in these statements of sympathy with the teachers' demands for a professional register and security of tenure. 39 As far as the Irish members in the Commons were concerned, the principal thrust of their argument was that while Irish secondary education received no direct grants from the imperial coffers, English schools were benefiting from an annual grant of £630,000 - a sum which was rapidly increasing.
Church, State, and the Control of Schooling in Ireland 1900-1944 by E. Brian Titley