Correspondence To the Editor of the Ragged School Union Magazine….Sir,—In the Prospectus of your excellent Magazine, I observe you set apart a portion of your pages for Correspondence; may I therefore be allowed to make a few remarks on the origin of the term “Ragged,” as applied to Schools.
This is the next part of an action research project that documents and examines the kind of bureaucratic arrangements in social support structures occurring in United Kingdom roughly between 2014 and to present. It takes as a starting point the use of the Outcomes Star in the lives of people and questioning the suggestion to the individuals that it is a tool of action research.
Great difficulties having been experienced by Teachers in keeping order and communicating useful instruction in Ragged Schools, a few hints by a fellow- worker may not be altogether useless. Read more…
Guild with the bloodless check,
Poor wanderer pale and weak,
Whose heart has never learn’d to share
The kindness of a mother’s care—
Come to the Ragged School.
This environmental toxicology report has been made by creating a collection of a range of sources on the biological effects of glyphosate. The executive summary brings into focus a general overview of the peer reviewed research which is found on the effects of glyphosate on a range of species and subjects. Read more…
In the December number of the “Children’s Missionary Record of the Free Church of Scotland,” it was suggested that, during the holidays, a special collection might be made by the children in behalf of the Mission Schemes of the Church. Beyond this simple proposal, no other influence was used. Every Christian heart will rejoice to hear that the zeal and willinghood manifested by these children has been almost beyond a parallel. Read more…