The Role of Italy in the Opening and Subsidy of Italian Schools in Albania Before and After April, 1939

Authors

  • Jani Sota “Aleksander Moisiu” University of Durres, Albania
  • Edi Puka “Aleksander Moisiu” University of Durres, Albania

Abstract

This article is dedicated to the role of Italy in the opening and support of Italian schools before and after April 1939. In
addition, the great contribute of Italian teachers in the education field and their efforts in the opening of elementary and general or
profiled high schools for the Albanian students will be treated in this article. Despite the political and propaganda character of these
schools which were subsidized by Italy, they served to the Albanian national inspiration, which from the education, emancipation and
national awareness of the Albanian people gave them a chance to take up and implement the western culture. Sensitivity of the Albanian
school towards the new ideas of western schools would become the main stone of improvement in education and the Albanian school in
general. They were represented through activities and achievements of the school towards the new pedagogic ideas and the improvement of
western schools and the tendency to represent them in our conditions were supported by the senior executives of education and were
embodied into laws, with educational programs, texts and with serious pedagogical publishing of the time.

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Published

2011-09-01

How to Cite

Sota, J. ., & Puka, E. . (2011). The Role of Italy in the Opening and Subsidy of Italian Schools in Albania Before and After April, 1939. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3), 209. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/10836

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