Education & Social Awakening in Iran 1850-1960 by A. Reza Arasteh

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Reza Khan's election to the position of Shah of Iran in 1925 reversed the form of government from a weak conto hero worship. stitutional monarchy to a strong monarchy working through a constitutional adminiwhich secured national unity by force. stration: a policy EDUCATION FOR BUREAUCRACY AND 30 CIVIL SERVICE direction educational reform should take. Various statesmen cators 14 and edu- of the journal, expressed jala- e Mehr in 1928. Some firmly believed that the nation should focus on higher education; opponents argued that public education their views in successive issues Ma should be given top to the pressing 1928 the government in issue won out, partly due ministries for personnel.

7 approximated 300 in 1958. The Institute's present program remains much the same Institute as in former years, largely because the older administrative element of the Ministry determines its policies. The lack of a permanent staff also handicaps the Institute; generally those who accept teaching positions here do so merely to supplement their income and are not interested in further- ing the program. The Ministry has recently endeavored to provide new equipment and is reup-to-date training. a staff better trained in technical cruiting subjects.

See Rose L. Greaves, Persia and the Defense of India, 1884-1892 (Univ. of London: Athlone Press, 1959), p. 22. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL CHANGE 38 Various circumstances, combined with British interests, worked against the intellectual and social growth of the Iranian people and opened the way from a constitutional government constitution and modern institutions. for a shift to a monarchy having a Reza Shah's centralization policy ignored the integration of local economic life with craft work.

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