Les débats sur le partage de la taxe scholaire à Montréal (1869-1899) : enjeux and rivalites

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Les débats sur le partage de la taxe scholaire à Montréal (1869-1899) : enjeux and rivalites
Abstract
In 1869, the provincial government of P.J. O. Chauveau established a school tax in Montreal. This tax was deducted from land properties, and income was divided between the Catholic and Protestant school boards. The authors examine the causes behind the adoption of the tax and conclude that the continuation of this mode of financing was linked to the different ideological foundations strongly connected to the educational concept of the Catholic and Protestant elites and their respective visions of inter-ethnic relations.
Publication
Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation
Volume
Vol. 20
Issue
no. 1
Pages
32-68
Date
Printemps 2008
Language
fr
Citation
Croteau, Jean-Philippe, and Robert Gagnon. “Les débats sur le partage de la taxe scholaire à Montréal (1869-1899) : enjeux and rivalites.” Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation Vol. 20, no. 1 (Printemps 2008): 32–68.
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