Szkolnictwo Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Białymstoku
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Komisja Edukacji Narodowej : kontekst historyczno-pedagogiczny / pod red. Katarzyny Dormus [et al.]. - Kraków, 2014. - S. -250 (Biblioteka Współczesnej Myśli Pedagogicznej, ISSN 2300-2689 ; 3)
Commission of National Education
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In Białystok in the years 1777–1794 acted the sub-divisional school established by The Commission of National Education. To the creation of the school in the city has contributed greatly Izabela Branicka née Poniatowska the owner of Białystok. The school’s financial basis was mainly owed to its benefactor Izabela Branicka. She cared about providing school buildings, teaching aids and textbooks. She also financially supported the poorest students of the school. The education lasted six years and the students were divided into 3 grades. Most students were in the first grade, then the number of students decreased as a result of the lack of interest of the nobility of Podlasie in obtaining formal education. Each year the school taught from 100 to approximately 150 students, on average, there were approximately 120 as seen from the reports of inspectors controlling the school, the level and teaching conditions were rated good. The rector of the school ks. Jan Michałowski tried to employ competent teachers. Often they were the pupils of schools in Białystok. It is also worth noting that the school has sought to fully carry out the educational tasks posed by The Commission of National Education. The good effects of these efforts can be provided by professional success and life choices of graduates of the school.