Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education
The Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education was a junior ministerial office in the United Kingdom Government. In 1899 the Board of Education Act abolished the Committee of the Privy Council which had been responsible for education matters and instituted a new Board from 1 April 1900. The Board was headed by a President. From the appointment of the Marquess of Londonderry as President in the Balfour government in August 1902 the post of Parliamentary Secretary to the Board was established.
The Board was in turn replaced by the Ministry of Education in 1944 and the post of Parliamentary Secretary to the Board was accordingly replaced by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Education.
Parliamentary Secretaries to the Board of Education, 1902-1944Edit
|Name||Entered office||Left office|
|Sir William Anson, Bt||11 August 1902||1905|
|Thomas McKinnon Wood||1908||1908|
|Lord Eustace Percy||1923||1923|
|The Earl of Onslow||1923||1924|
|The Duchess of Atholl||1924||1929|
|Sir Kingsley Wood||1931||1931|
|The Earl De La Warr||1935||1936|
|James Chuter Ede||1940||3 August 1944|