This article examines the biography and scientific production of this distinguished Spanish educator. He was born in Cuenca (Spain) on March 27th, 1920, and died in Madrid, on June 21th, 1998.
He held a scholarship in the Instituto San José de Calazanz and was a collaborator with the Spanish Society of Pedagogy. At the age of 33 he became a Professor of Teacher Training Colleges. He worked as a teacher, mainly in the Teacher Training Colleges Fray Luis de León and María Díaz Jiménez. He was appointed Provincial Representative of Education in Cuenca. In recognition of his professional excellence, he was awarded with the Prize of the Alfonso X the Wise Civil Society. He published several books and a number of articles in the most prestigious journals at that time, which dealt with almost all pedagogical aspects.
Key Words: History of Pedagogy, School Organization, Didactics