Jan. 28, 1828

“Regarding the religion-class for the Jewish youth” issued by the State Ministry of the Interior [Present-day Germany; Kingdom of Bavaria]: “On behalf of His Majesty the King. […] the following regulations are ordered: 1) Only locals (‘Inländer’) may be admitted and kept as teachers of the Israeli religion whether in public schools or private homes [and someone] who has great references and whose capabilities can be tried and examined. 6) After the year 1822/33 no new candidates – who have not been taught in school-teacher seminars – will be accepted. 7) Religion teachers in public schools are to be nominated by the Jewish community and approved or rejected based on findings by the local authorities, those accepted cannot be fired without the approval of those authorities. 8) The teaching of religion for Jewish boys and girls is to start at the age of 6 and last at least until the age of 12 […]” [Researcher’s note: The above text has been abbreviated to fit the allocated space. The full text can be found in the cited source.]
Sammlung der im Gebiete der inneren Staats-Verwaltung des Königreichs Bayern bestehenden Verordnungen aus amtlichen Quellen geschöpft und systematisch geordnet von G. Döllinger, König. bayer. geheimen Hausarchivar und wirklichen Rath. Sechste Band; (München; 1838); (Collection of Regulations/Ordinances Existing in the Territories of the Internal State Administration of the Kingdom of Bavaria from official sources and systematically arranged by G. Döllinger, Royal Bavarian Secret House-Archivist and True Advisor; Volume VI); (Munich; 1838); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 11/27/2019