Основан в 1907 году
в России и за рубежом
The article deals with regional problems of primary education in the
Vyatka province of the Russian Empire during the period of 1869–1878.
The author pays attention to the development of one-year and two-year
schools, reveals the characteristic features of education development
and takes into account regional specifics.
The Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire was used as
materials, as well as the reports published in the Ministry of Public
Education journal; the author also uses scientific publications on
Russian public education during the studied period.
In order to construct methodologically theoretical conclusions related
to the result processing, we used a set of special analytical methods of
research, including analysis and synthesis of results, abstraction, and
the methodology of assumption. As a result of the application of
analytical techniques, it was possible to systematize the information
obtained and use it more effectively for theoretical conclusions related
to the effectiveness of the public education system on the territory of
the Vyatka province.
In conclusion, the authors note that the primary schools management in
the Vyatka province had its own peculiarities. Thus, an attempt by the
Zemstvo to switch a number of primary schools to their own expense had
led to the inhibition of the development of regional public education by
1875. In addition, a characteristic feature of the region was that the
Zemstvo reform completely eliminated church and parish schools, which
again were re-open only in 1871. The common feature of the Vyatka school
and national public schools was an increase in the number of girl
students in rural schools.