It depends on where you lived and what your social class or your gender were. In Massachusetts, what was the first public school in the state was also the first in the country-- the Boston Latin School was founded in April of 1635, to provide a humanities-oriented and liberal arts education to its young (male) students, many of whom came from upper-class backgrounds. Other schools that were almost as old included Cambridge Latin, a school that was originally affiliated with Harvard and prepared its students for higher education. Some early colleges in the colonies also had a relationship with a public school: religious studies (Christian religion only), study of foreign languages (including Latin and Greek), and study of philosophy would have been expected, since many of the young men were being educated to become ministers or teachers. Young girls and women were usually taught at home (subjects it was thought girls would need-- mainly domestic skills that related to her duties as a future wife and mother); literacy was not a high priority for females, and it was generally not expected that girls would go to school the way boys did in the 1600s. There is some evidence that a few young women did learn to read and write, but again, they would have come from an upper-class background more likely than not, and no public schools in the 1600s were open to them yet. As for lower class young men in the colonies, they were more likely to study as apprentices and learn a trade.
they are schooled in some selected islamic schools.
They were schooled in school.
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5 million kids are home schooled each year in the uk.
The Pilgrim children were home schooled.
The novel Schooled is published by Hyperion Books for Children / New York (an imprint of Disney Books).
In the 1600s children were expected to behave like adults and treat each other with respect or risk being punished by there parents.
The majority of Jewish children in the world attend public schools.
They are home schooled.
Yes they were home schooled.
Yes in those days there were no schools like today, so most of the people had home schooled children.
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No most were home-schooled.
Boarding school or home schooled.
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Yes, parents can opt to instruct their children from home instead of sending them to public or private school. However, home schooled children must pass proficiency exams every year to show they are keeping up with children in public or private schools.
5 million people are home schooled in the UK.
the average amount of children a colonial woman had in the 1600s is 9 children
Many children were home schooled but some, mostly richer ones in the North, went to school
On the average 45% of home schooled children return their own children to triditional schools.
Schooled means that you are educated in some topic, such as: "He is schooled in mathematics" or "She really schooled him in manners when he called her a rude name."
he was home schooled and was the youngest of four children in Chelsea Massachusetts.