OTHER ErROPEAN STATES. Germany has no Uni form system of agricultural! education. Higher courses are maintained in agricultural insti tutes, and professorships are connected with many of the universities. e.g., those at KiMigs berg, Breslau, Halle, (bittingen, Leipzig, Rostock, and Jena. The Agricultural High School at Ber the Academy at Poppelsdorf.the Technical High School at Munich, and the For estry Academy at Tharandt are important insti tutions. There are also numerous general and special courses in agricultural subjects in schools of lower grade.
Agricultural education is being actively fos tered by the government of Austria-Hungary, where more than 150 institutions different grades devoted to general and special instruction in agriculture have been The snb jeet is taught in the rural elementary schools and also by a corps of traveling in-atructors main tained by the government.
Italy has agricultural colleges at. Milan and Portici, about thirty general and special schools of secondary grade, and a recently organized system of elementary edueation under direction of the ministry of public instruction.
Denmark is giving much attention to the gen eral and technical education of the agricultural population. There is an agricultural college at
Copenhagen. and there are a number of agricul tural schools which receive financial aid from the government. The Royal Agricultural Soci ety of Denmark promotes agricultural education through meetings. publications, and the services of dairy and veterinary experts, payment of ex penses for agricultural journeys, and the placing of apprentices on farms.
Sweden has agricultural colleges at. Ultima and Alnarp. 20 secondary schools, several dairy schools, instruction in normal and primary schools, and a corps of traveling instructors. There is a similar system in Norway, the college being at Aas.
The Russian system of agricultural education is organized for the most part under the minis try of agricultural and imperial domains. and in cludes agrieultnral institutes at the universities of Kazan, Kiev, and Moseow, similar institutions at Nnvoya Alexandria, Riga, St. Petersburg, and Mustiala ( Finland). seemnlai y schools. and ele mentary courses in the public schools.