Mosul Preparatory School For boys 1908-1954Achapter in The History of Education and Learning in Contemporary Iraq
مجلة دراسات موصلیة,
2005, السنة 1, العدد 10, الصفحة 21-54
الملخصThe City of Mosul has Known the first preparatory school in 1895 and its pupils were no more than (34). In 1907، their number has become (242). When the building has been crowded، the authority in the city has decided to erect a new building and the land has been chosen (Now Al-Sharkyah preparatory school). In September، 15، 1958، the school has been opened and between 1908 and 1954، Mosul preparatory school has passed through four stages، and qualified managers have held its administration. They have their own role in promoting the school and its scientific level. The school has participated in developing school press. Its teachers have interested in school theatre and since its establishment، the school has a Significant national and Patriotic activity. This Paper writes down the history of this school before its name has become (Al-Markazyah School) in 1954. The history of the school is an important chapter within the history of education and learning in contemporary Iraq.
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