Mixed spaces: the public and private in nineteenthcentury education

Aline de Morais Limeira
2012 Revista Brasileira de História da Educação  
Recognizing that, in Brazil, the formal separation between public and private demands to be problematic, plans to bring a better understanding of this work, the arrangement of those forces in the nineteenth century. To work the possibility of overlap between one area and another in educational affairs, we investigated the processes of subsidy granted by the state, between the years 1870 and 1880, the private schools of the Imperial Court in order to promote primary education for boys and girls
more » ... for boys and girls in "extreme poverty". We analyzed the procedures filed, the authorities concerned, the reasons that warranted or not, the approval of those grants, the amounts sought for payments and people who claimed them. Indeed, reflection allowed us to envisage a system of rules which the grant was part of and links between public and private benefits thereof.
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