Elizabethan Era

Elizabethan Era
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  • In poor classes, young girls might not receive any learning from school. The women who taught and ran lessons in school, some of the women were under qualified. (TA)
  • At separate schools, women were taught Latin, Greek, Algebra, and History.  High born women, a certain amount of advanced religious and advanced earthly learning was available. (TA)
  • Some members of all classes of society were taught how to read.  Upper and middle  class girls went to boarding schools. Years literacy was the prime tool for  religious and learned scholarships. (TA)
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