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de Moura Castro, Claudio; Alfthan, Torkel – 1992
Three centuries ago only religious schools and apprenticeship controlled by the guilds existed to provide training. Regular academic schools originated in religions that needed a well-educated clergy, and these schools offered the model for the universal basic and secondary schools that exist today in nearly all countries. The European guilds gave…
Descriptors: Apprenticeships, Educational Development, Educational History, Educational Practices