Análisis histórico de las instituciones y realizaciones socioeducativas del ayuntamiento logroñés desde la ley Moyano hasta la ley Villar Palasí (1857-1970)

  1. Luis Fernando Ruiz Rivas
unter der Leitung von:
  1. Aurora Gutiérrez Gutiérrez Doktorvater/Doktormutter

Universität der Verteidigung: UNED. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

Jahr der Verteidigung: 1999

  1. Federico Gómez Rodríguez de Castro Präsident/in
  2. Ana Ponce de León Elizondo Sekretärin
  3. Rufina Clara Revuelta Guerrero Vocal
  4. Magdalena Montoya Sáenz Vocal
  5. Rufino Cano González Vocal

Art: Dissertation


During the period of time included between the two first General Education Laws that have governed the Spanish Education System, the Council of Logroño not only assumed the responsabilities that was concerned, but also, thanks to the interest of some of its successive respresentatives, accepted favourably and even promoted educative initiatives or institutions. Leaving aside the matters relating to state-run regulated teaching, let us pay attention to other achievements. The first chapter shows the historial and educational coordinates, pointing out its aims and study sources. The second chapter refers to the history of " Casa Cuna del Niño Jesús" (Founding Home of Jesus Child), born as "Asilo de Párvulos" (orphanage of little children), which today still serves as a day-nursery under the patronage of the Saving Bank "Ibercaja". The third chapter is mainly dedicated to the summer camps for schoolchildren promoted by the Council for both boys and girls. The fourth one studies "La Cantina Escolar", The School Canteen, the precedente of modern school canteens. The fifth one is about the "Instituto Riojano" (Riojan Secundary School), later changed into "Instituto Provincial de Enseñanza Secundaria" (Provincial Secundary School), and finally transformed into the current "Instituto P. M. Sagasta" (P. M. Sagasta Secondary School). In the sixth chapter we'll find out the origin, working and later transformation of a Drawing School which provided the creation of a new institution. The School of Arts and Crafts, covered in the seventh chapter, was founded starting from the Drawing School. It disappeared but again reopened at the same time as some others in several cities of the State, this time as a regulated tuition centre. After successive changes, it's still in service. The eighth chapter is dedicated to the problems that suffered a Municipal School of Music, eventually becoming the Provincial School of Music, at the present time the Conservatoire. Finally, the following chapter picks up all the information corresponding to several plans to introduce agricultural studies, which eventually didn't consolidate. The tenth chapter includes the conclusions of all dealt in the previous ones. Inmediately after, come copies of documents are brought forward as appendices to several chapters.