Nauczyciele szkół średnich męskich rządowych po 1833 r. – byli pracownicy Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
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After the fall of the November Uprising, the Russian authorities liquidated the University of Warsaw. As a result, the University employees were forced to take up other occupations. Some of them went to male government secondary schools as pedagogical supervisors (principals and inspectors), or teachers. This group numbered 18 people. The functions of principals were performed by two people, the functions of inspectors – by six, the remaining ten found employment as teachers. The period of their employment in secondary education varied widely: from 1 year to over 25 years. On average it was just over nine years. Among the teachers, four taught the humanities, the others taught mathematical and natural sciences. Many members of the described community decided to continue their scientific work. Particular achievements in mathematics were held by A. Frączkiewicz, and I in the field of physics and chemistry – by J. Bełza, A. Radwański, T. Rybicki and S. Zdzitowiecki. Achievements in biological research were noted by W. B. Jastrzębowski, Sz. Pisulewski and A. Waga (interestingly, he taught Polish language and literature in secondary school). Some achievements in the field of the humanities were held by A. Kucharski and F. Kozłowski. The above-mentioned employees of the University of Warsaw significantly strengthened the teaching staff of male government secondary schools in the Kingdom of Poland between 1833 and 1862.
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