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  • Lambert, Tim. “A History of Tudor Education.” Tudor Education, www.localhistories.org/tudoredu.html. Trueman, C N. “Medieval Education.” History Learning Site, 5 Mar. 2015, www.historylearningsite.co.uk/medieval-england/medieval-education/.
  • Lambert, Tim. “A History of Tudor Education.” Tudor Education, www.localhistories.org/tudoredu.html. Trueman, C N. “Medieval Education.” History Learning Site, 5 Mar. 2015, www.historylearningsite.co.uk/medieval-england/medieval-education/.
  • Lambert, Tim. “A History of Tudor Education.” Tudor Education, www.localhistories.org/tudoredu.html. Trueman, C N. “Medieval Education.” History Learning Site, 5 Mar. 2015, www.historylearningsite.co.uk/medieval-england/medieval-education/.
  • Education for women wasn't valuable in the 1500's. For example, only upper and middle class women were educated and  only taught the basic information needed. By women not getting as much education as men, it seems as though  people thought men needed more education than women.  (RP)
  •  Middle class girls were mostly taught at  home by their mothers and upper class girls were taught by tutors.  Women continuing their education with unqualified teachers shows that most people didn't care what kind of education women got even if it wasn't a good one.  (RP)
  •  Poor girls  couldn't afford to go to schools, so instead they stayed at home and did house hold duties. Instead of women  not being taught by they families, they  simply forgot about education and focused on their household. (RP)
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