by Reinhold Lehmann - 1928

The political struggle over the schools reached its climax at the beginning of the year covered by this report: the Reichsschulgesetz which, according to the bill of the German National Minister of the Interior, von Keudell, would bring about the division of the elementary school according to denominations and Weltanschauungen, has been killed. Its first reading in the educational committee of the Reichstag was accomplished only by means of many compromises: but on some insoluble points differences arose between two government parties—the Center (Catholic People's party) and the German People's party.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1928, p. 95-154 ID Number: 14750, Date Accessed: 7/5/2020 11:36:10 PM

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