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A noble woman educates her children. A peasant woman does not. Why is this? In the past, a noblewoman’s education helped her to be an asset to society in many ways. She was able to teach and govern effectively because she had been educated herself. The peasant woman has less opportunity for such training, and so it is likely that she would have chosen not to teach her own children either out of fear or lack of knowledge about how best to do so Keywords:

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nobility, education, peasant Section: Education Category: Society & Culture Level-Beginner to Intermediate Have you ever wondered why a noble woman educates her children while the peasant woman does not? There are many reasons. In the past, a noblewoman’s education helped her to be an asset to society in many ways. She was able to teach and govern effectively because she had been educated herself. The peasant woman has less opportunity for such training, and so it is likely that she would have chosen not to teach her own children either out of fear or lack of knowledge about how best to do so. Another reason could lie with social class differences between nobles and peasants during this time period as well as what each group

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