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Distance learning in Argyll



THERE must be quite a number of men and women still living within The Oban Times distribution area whose secondary education came through Argyll’s unique Correspondence Tuition course.

The popular scheme, known affectionately as the ‘CT’ by everyone who participated in it, was launched in 1939 following the outbreak of the Second World War.

It was the brainchild of Colin M MacDonald, MA, DLitt, who, as well as being director of education for Argyll, was a brilliant author and academic whose contribution to the written history of his native land has yet to be fully appreciated.

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