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Title: The transformation of Maltese public education : 1940-1964
Authors: Cassar, George
Keywords: Teachers -- Training of -- Malta -- History
Education -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
Malta -- Social life and customs -- History -- 20th century
Malta -- Politics and government -- History -- 20th century
Laferla, Albert V., 1887-1943
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: National Archives of Malta and the Friends of the National Archives of Malta
Citation: Cassar, G. (2019). The transformation of Maltese public education : 1940-1964. Arkivju, 10, 11-28.
Abstract: The Maltese education system had been improving since at least the 1850s when Can. Paolo Pullicino took over the directorship of Maltese schools. Directors who came after him continued to do their best to beef up and update curricula, methodologies and school environment. Though there were always other things to do, yet one can say that Maltese schooling was in safe hands with the various directors and education officials that ran the Elementary Schools Department and other educational sectors. This article will focus on school life and education from the outbreak of World War II up till Malta obtained its political independence from Great Britain in 1964.
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