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Reformed Education in Early Modern Europe: a Survey1

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Reformed education in sixteenth-century Europe shared common aims and methods with the educational models of other confessions, but the Reformed put them into action earlier and with greater force. Reformed educational models were characterized both by the integration of the educational idea into the local parish level and by a utopian concept of universal reform. The Reformed used international networks of scholars and publishers to disseminate their ideas. In the second half of the seventeenth century, Reformed models neglected the new, popular methods of mass instruction and, at the same time, their acceptance declined.

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2005-01-01
2016-08-24

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