Les lois Jules Ferry sont une série de lois sur l'école primaire votées en 1881-1882 sous la Troisième République, qui rendent l'école gratuite (1881), l'instruction obligatoire et l'enseignement public laïc (1882).

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  • Les lois Jules Ferry sont une série de lois sur l'école primaire votées en 1881-1882 sous la Troisième République, qui rendent l'école gratuite (1881), l'instruction obligatoire et l'enseignement public laïc (1882).
  • The Jules Ferry Laws are a set of French Laws which established free education (1881), then mandatory and laic (secular) education (1882). Jules Ferry, a lawyer holding the office of Minister of Public Instruction in the 1880s, is widely credited for creating the modern Republican school (l'école républicaine). The dual system of state and church schools that were largely staffed by religious officials was replaced by state schools and lay school teachers. The educational reforms enacted by Jules Ferry are often attributed to a broader anti-clerical campaign in France.
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  • Les lois Jules Ferry sont une série de lois sur l'école primaire votées en 1881-1882 sous la Troisième République, qui rendent l'école gratuite (1881), l'instruction obligatoire et l'enseignement public laïc (1882).
  • The Jules Ferry Laws are a set of French Laws which established free education (1881), then mandatory and laic (secular) education (1882). Jules Ferry, a lawyer holding the office of Minister of Public Instruction in the 1880s, is widely credited for creating the modern Republican school (l'école républicaine). The dual system of state and church schools that were largely staffed by religious officials was replaced by state schools and lay school teachers.
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