Catholic Social School of Poznań (1927–1939)
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The Catholic Social School of Poznań was one of the leading Polish didactic centers for social services in the interwar period. In the years 1927–1939 it conducted courses for and educated the staff of care and social institutions, especially those related to the Catholic Church. The priority of the school’s activity was to organize, since the establishment of the institution in 1927, a two-year social work training course, later functioning under the name of the Higher Catholic Social College. In June 1937, the school obtained the state rights of the university and the name of the Higher Catholic Social College. The purpose of the article is to show selected aspects of the institution’s functioning, related to its establishment and educational and education activities until 1939. For this purpose, the preserved source materials in the form of archives, articles published in the magazines of the Second Republic of Poland were analyzed, and few studies developed after 1945 were referred to.
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