Supreme Administration of Religions and of Public Education. The appointed inspectors of Irakliou Muslim schools report that the Muslim schools are in a terrible condition, that most of the teachers aren't qualified, that a lot of children don’t go to school
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Title
Supreme Administration of Religions and of Public Education. The appointed inspectors of Irakliou Muslim schools report that the Muslim schools are in a terrible condition, that most of the teachers aren't qualified, that a lot of children don’t go to school
Description
And also the children hang around dangerous places, that there are private girls' schools where girls study together with boys etc
Note
They ask to raise the number of schools, to force the parents who do not send their children into school to pay high tickets, to allow to the Muslim community to appoint a second child guardian (Paidonomos) on its expenses etc.
Issue Date
1902-04-28
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54708
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20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVE00022
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Open Access
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