The Stapfer-Enquête: schooling in Switzerland 1799

Database containing the results of the Stapfer-Enquête: The Stapfer-Enquête is a unique survey of the school situation in the Helvetic Republic dating from 1799. It was initiated by education minister Philipp Albert Stapfer (1766–1840). The authorities sent teachers (including, in a small number of cases, female staff) a standardised questionnaire containing some 60 questions on the local situation, teaching, and personal and economic circumstances. The approximately 2,400 handwritten responses are held by the Swiss Federal Archives (Archiv der Helvetik, fonds B0#C.02.3.1).

Between 2009 and 2015, a team from the University of Bern compiled a database of the Stapfer-Enquête which was then passed to the Federal Archives. This work is also documented on the website www.stapferenquete.ch.

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Identifier
bar-07@schweizerisches-bundesarchiv-bar
Title for URL of the dataset
stapfer-enquete-schule-in-der-schweiz-1799
Schedule the publication of the dataset
Issued date
June 30, 2016
Modification date
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Update interval
Irregular
Temporal coverage
January 1, 1799 - December 31, 1799
Publisher Information
Schweizerisches Bundesarchiv
Contact points
Schweizerisches Bundesarchiv
Languages
  • German
  • French
  • Italian
Url
http://www.stapferenquete.ch/
Relations
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Spatial
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