Towards Administration of Education. President complains that although the Elders proposed appointment of G Papadaki to the Muslim school, of Moustafa Mouladaki as director of the Muslim School and of Jalip Pezanaki as Director of Muslim Girls' School
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Title
Towards Administration of Education. President complains that although the Elders proposed appointment of G Papadaki to the Muslim school, of Moustafa Mouladaki as director of the Muslim School and of Jalip Pezanaki as Director of Muslim Girls' School
Description
The Administration didn't send the relevant papers and the schools can't serve properly also, the Council proposed that the Present Teacher Fahrie Arabari is more experienced than the new applicant Azizes Selimefedakis
Note
Although the second one has a higher degree, and that's the reason she had been proposed to remain to the School.
Issue Date
1911-11-10
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54721
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVP00043
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Open Access
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