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The "Eternal Controversy" in French Secondary Education

by Albert A. Meras - 1923

On May 3, 1923, the French Minister of Public Instruction submitted to the President of the Republic for his approval and signature, a decree which was to revolutionize existing courses of study in all the secondary schools of France. President Millerand signed the decree, and thus was authorized a far-reaching revision of studies and programmes, reforms which vitally affect the education of over one hundred thousand boys in four hundred lycees and colleges. These boys are the future students of the universities of France, the future leaders in art and literature, in the industrial, political, and learned professions.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 24 Number 5, 1923, p. 426-437
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 6059, Date Accessed: 6/6/2020 1:29:56 AM

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