Towards Ministry of Education: President Rethimnis Council of Muslim Elders complains for the cancellation of differentiation between 4 classes in the Christian schools and 7 classes in the Muslim ones, regulated according to the law of the Cretan State.
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Title
Towards Ministry of Education: President Rethimnis Council of Muslim Elders complains for the cancellation of differentiation between 4 classes in the Christian schools and 7 classes in the Muslim ones, regulated according to the law of the Cretan State.
Description
In order to provide Muslim schools with extra time for learning Turkish language. The President underlines that contrary to what is happening in the 'new countries' the native language of the Muslims of Crete is the Greek language and therefore, they need extra classes in order to learn Turkish.
Issue Date
1922-07-07
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/67888
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACRGVE00017
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Open Access
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