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A typical characteristic of French Protestantism is a deep involvement in education. During the XIXth century, protestants took part in the development of education in France at the time of the Juillet Monarchy, when the first important law promoting primary schools came into effect due to the tireless efforts of Guizot and in the IIIrd Republic, free, compulsory and secular education for all was at last established. Some Protestants played a crucial role, especially concerning primary education and technical or commercial schools – many charitable institutions and new places of learning were built by protestants.


The Protestant education in the XVIth century
 The Protestant education in the XVIth century
Protestant education in the 17th century
 Protestant education in the 17th century
The Reformed Academies
 The Reformed Academies
Protestant education
 Protestant education
Kindergarten schools
 Kindergarten schools
The vocational schools
 The vocational schools
The training of school teachers
 The training of school teachers
Philipp Melanchton (1497-1560)
 Philipp Melanchton (1497-1560)
Jean-Frédéric Oberlin (1740-1826)
 Jean-Frédéric Oberlin (1740-1826)
François Guizot (1787-1874)
 François Guizot (1787-1874)
Jean Théodore Beck (1839-1936) and the special circumstances of the Ecole Alsacienne
 Jean Théodore Beck (1839-1936) and the special circumstances of the Ecole Alsacienne
Ferdinand Buisson (1841-1932)
 Ferdinand Buisson (1841-1932)
Félix Pécaut (1828-1898)
 Félix Pécaut (1828-1898)
Gabriel Monod (1844-1912)
 Gabriel Monod (1844-1912)
The Protestant Theology Faculties
 The Protestant Theology Faculties
Jean Sturm (1507-1589)
 Jean Sturm (1507-1589)
 
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