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Einstein had no PhD students, although he did famously collaborate with junior colleagues on the EPR paradox. He had three children: Lieserl Her fate is unclear. She may well have died young, although this has not been confirmed. Hans Albert He became a successful engineer. For instance, there is a prize named after him. Eduard He started studying ...


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It sounds like you are referring to compulsory education. By and large, compulsory education appears to be a trailing indicator of heavy literacy, not a leading one. In other words, once a critical mass of people in a society become literate, it becomes seen as a necessity to function in society (either for the child, for society, or a combination of the ...


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One of the first students to be sent away for education may have been the son of José de la Guerra y Noriega, Juan José Noriega, who was sent to Liverpool, England for education in 1825. When he returned to California in c.1831 at the age of about 21 he was tutored in higher mathematics by Father Patrick Short who in 1834 jointly with William Hartnell, who ...


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The short answer is: where there was even a small Muslim population, there were usually schools for children at the elementary level, even in villages. Overall, we are thus talking about numbers which dwarf the number of Christian missions. Without a basic religious education, Muslims cannot perform the duties required of them. Some of these schools were ...


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The keyword to search for is Schulungslager, this is what Nazi "re-education camps" were called. These camps were used for indoctrination not only of teachers but also other professionals. Here is an excerpt (discussing such camps) from the PhD dissertation Forestopia: The Use of the Forest Landscape in Naturalizing National Socialist Ideologies of Volk, ...


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That seems pretty much like asking why most countries force their people to drive on the right side of the road, when left driving is clearly superior. Or vice versa. It's pure historical contingency, then path dependency mixed with convention and afterthought rationalisation (like here). It could have been switched at any time to an arbitrary date. Just ...


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Nothing yet on Fernández, but the records of enrollments and degrees of the University are in the 574 volumes (!) of the "Universidad" section, 1553-1863, in the "Colecciones Novohispanas" of the Archivo General de la Nación.


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It is important but perhaps nor primary cause The primary and overwhelming cause for the Yugoslav wars in the 1990s was a national question. Religion does have large impact on national identity in the former Yugoslavia, but things are not that simple. Let's go step by step: Albanians are not a Slavic ethnic group, they do not share the same language, ...


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I think there's been a misunderstanding somewhere. General schooling and navigation are very different beasts. Navigation Navigation would have been primarily studied at sea; formal navigation schools were not common until well into the 19th century though there are early examples (Gardes de la Marine). The first naval school in Russia was the Advanced ...


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