Luther (1483-1546) – Universal schooling… reform…

In Martin Luther’s call for universal education, literacy was part of his programme for ‘reformation’. It was education, schools and literacy that would put young people in touch with the realities of scripture and knowledge, without the mediating power of a priestly elite. Education would produce individuals who had direct access to the good book…

via Luther (1483-1546) – Universal schooling… reform… — Donald Clark Plan B

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