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It must have seemed to many in those dark days that all idea of educational advance would have to be abandoned until at least the end of the war. As everyone knows, the reverse was the case. Stimulated in the first instance by the shocking fact, revealed by evacuation, that relatively large numbers of people in our society were living lives of unspeakable sordidness and degradation, there began to arise a strong demand for social, including educational, reform. Educationists and teachers were quick to seize the opportunity to press demands they had long urged. They found the Government ready-even eager-to listen, and public opinion increasingly sympathetic.