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INSTITUTELE PRIVATE DE FORMARE A ÎNVĂŢĂTOARELOR ÎN BUCOVINA HABSBURGICĂ
THE PRIVATE TRAINING INSTITUTES FOR FEMALE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN HABSBURG BUKOVINA

Author(s): Ligia-Maria Fodor
Subject(s): History
Published by: Editura Academiei Române
Keywords: Cernăuţi; “Marienfamilie” Convent Order School; “Ukrainska Szkola” Asso-ciation in Chernivtsi; Georg König Private Training Institute for Female Primary School Teachers

Summary/Abstract: The private training institutes for primary school teachers in Bukovina were organised and functioned in compliance with Primary Education Act of 14 May 1869 and Religion and Education Ministerial Ordinance no. 6031 of 31 July 1886, which endorsed the Organisational Status of the training institutes for male and female primary teachers. The first attempts to establish private training institutes for female primary teachers in Bukovina were made quite late, in the first decade of the twentieth century, because of a shortage of qualified teaching staff among primary schools with classes in Romanian, Ruthenian and German. During 1906−1912 were issued five plans to create private institutes in Chernivtsi, out of which only four were further developed into two German schools (Georg König Private Training Institute for Female Primary School Teachers in Chernivtsi and The Private Training Institute for Female Primary School Teachers within “Marienfamilie” Convent Order School, a Ruthenian one (The Private Training Institute in Ruthenian for Female Primary School Teachers within “Ukrainska Szkola” Association in Chernivtsi) and a Romanian one (The Private Training Institute in Romanian for Female Primary School Teachers in Chernivtsi). The Private Training Institute for Female Primary School Teachers within “Ukrainska Szkola” Association and The Private Training Institute for Female Primary School Teachers within “Marienfamilie” Convent Order School in Chernivtsi were entitled to publicity, which enabled them to hold the Maturity Examination and issue valid diplomas, similar to those issued by the state schools.

  • Issue Year: LIII/2016
  • Issue No: 53
  • Page Range: 319-338
  • Page Count: 20
  • Language: Romanian