Enrolments in all courses except for “C” Certificate increased in this year.

  • 2316 rural students in courses supported by the Correspondence School teachers.
  • 1250 post-primary students in more than 500 rural schools received Correspondence School lesson materials and were taught in their own schools.

These enrolments placed pressure on the Correspondence School as economies caused by the Great Depression affected both employment and the funds available to schools.