women in the 1500's

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  •  www.websitelooker.net/www/ic.galegroup.com  www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/.
  • That's not fair
  • Yes I will and you can't stop me
  • You cant go to school!
  •  www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/.  www.websitelooker.net/www/ic.galegroup.com
  • The tutor will meet you at your friends house
  • Ok
  •  www.websitelooker.net/www/ic.galegroup.com  www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/.
  • You are no longer in school
  • But I'm only 5
  •  Race did't have much impact on school and work but their social status and income affected their chances. No women was allowed to have a job but white rich women had a basic education. Poor women couldn't go to school and they were suppose to clean and have babies.SS
  • Most women were denied the chance to be schooled beyond the basics. The rich families could pay for the tutors to come to their house and teach them. They would also send their children to other rich houses to be schooled.SS
  • Gentry women often hired tutors because they couldn't got to a regular school. Women of low income did not go to school at all because they didn't have any money to get a tutor. Women could not get jobs because you had to have proper schooling.SS
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