The Hartog Committee continued the work started by the Sadler Commission. The Committee was primarily concerned with primary education, but it also provided broad suggestions for teacher education. It correctly noticed that the success of education was dependent on the quality of training, as well as the prestige and compensation of instructors. It was proposed that instructors for rural regions be chosen from those who were close to rural society. It also stated that the training time was too short, the curriculum was too restricted, and the teaching team was not competent.
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