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In this way, it can be explained that Petersen became an honorary doctor of the University of Athens, and that he was granted a lecture trip to South Africa, the apartheid state. In contrast to criticism from Switzerland, the Anglo-American linguistic area and Scandinavia, Petersen's pedagogy continued to attract interest in Eastern Europe, the Baltic states and Southeastern Europe.
This interest is particularly pronounced in two countries, Bulgaria and Poland. Visits by foreign teachers to Jena from these countries, as well as foreign students who received their doctorates from Petersen, are connected with this.
Within Germany, the reaction to Petersen was - understandably - ambivalent. That is to put it mildly: neither the Reich Ministry of Education in Berlin nor the school department of the Thuringian Ministry of Education in Weimar supports Petersen - on the contrary: the decree prohibiting the further spread of the Jenaplan came from Berlin at the beginning of February. In Thuringia, however, Petersen and his "Erziehhungswissenschaftliche Anstalt" Educational Science Institution were dismissed from their involvement in teacher training; the entire elementary school teacher training had been transferred to the "Pedagogical Institute" in Jena.
What role did Petersen play for other university educators in Germany from ? His efforts to gain a foothold in the "Third Reich" - despite a left-liberal past in the Weimar Republic period - only earned criticism from his university colloquia outside Jena - and this from two sides: On the one hand from those who still know him as a representative of a socialist pedagogy from the Weimar Republic and now only despise him as a follower of the Nazi state.