SCHOOL AT THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. OTHER TIMES, SAME PROBLEMS
Keywords:history of education, Banat in the nineteenth century, administration, teacher
The management of confessional schools was a difficult problem for the local authorities. The lack of the necessary funds, the problems with the employment of teachers, the problems of patrimony occur from the first minutes of the meetings with the school committee. This work presents a period of five years, 1881-1886 when the school in Saravale village, in Timis county was established, using documents from the archives.