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明治10年代における地方の中学校設立主体をめぐる論争について : 兵庫県会の議論を手がかりとして

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概要 In this paper, the writer examines middle school establishment and maintenance in Hyogo as a case study. In 1876 Hyogo Prefecture was composed of Settsu, Harima, Tajima, Tanba and Awaji. In 1878, Masa...zumi Morioka, prefectural governor, promoted middle school establishment. The prefectural governor didn't control middle schools. From 1878 to 1887 the towns and villages continued to maintain their own middle schools in Hyogo Prefecture. The local communities determined to maintain of a middle school and to decide of it's curriculum. Therefore, establisher of middle school was the towns and villages. However, in 1880 the prefectural governor planed to establish prefectural middle school as a core school in Hyogo. In this plan, he controled town-village middle school with "Hyogoken Koritsu Mohanchugakko kyosoku". Hyogo prefectural assembly argued about this plan. But many of assemblymen considerded this plan as uniformed education. "kakuitsu-kyoiku". The reason they called it uniformed education, "kakuitsu-kyoiku", was that prefectural middle school spent prefectural taxes and that the education of the school was going to be uniformed by "Hyogoken Koritsu Mohanchugakko Kyosoku". Many of assemblymen needed liberal multi-formed education, "jiyu-kyoiku". Because of economic deterioration, the town-village middle school couldn't be maintained by the local communities. The prefectural governor tried to establish prefectural middle school again in 1885. However, many of assemblymen spoke against this new plan. The reason was that many of assemblymen couldn't perceive that on what aim middle school education should be found. Therefore, they needed liberal multiformed education, "jiyu-kyoiku", again and again. Hyogo prefectural assembly couldn't overcome in the early part of the local communities decision. In Hyogo Prefecture, local middle schools spent town-village taxes for there maintanance and curriculum of those schools were decided by local communities. Therefore, towns and villages continued to be mainbody. Hyogo prefectural assembly continued to be forced to liberal multiformed education, "jiyu-kyoiku", for middle school maintenance.続きを見る

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