The history nineteenth century education is known for the profound changes in its government organization ; and these changes affected the influence it had. Fundamental laws went into effect and new teaching methods were implemented, many of which had been thought over in the eighteenth century. Protestants were involved in those changes as they had their own specific requirements with regards to education.
The vocational schools
The training of school teachers
Jean Théodore Beck (1839-1936) and the special circumstances of the Ecole Alsacienne