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It is idle to speculate what course secondary education might have taken had not the First World War broken out in 1914. As it was, staffs were depleted, school building was halted, and the flow of equipment dwindled to a trickle. It would not be correct to say that experiment with new courses and methods ceased altogether, but
except for improvisations compelled by war conditions it certainly languished. And in 1917 came a development which practically put an end to the idea of vocational or semi-vocational courses in recognised secondary schools.