Most legislatures were unable to conceive of the role of an educated woman beyond that of an enlightened housewife, mother, or schoolteacher. These three women changed all of that by reforming education for women.
Reformers wanted to make education accessible to all citizens
Until 1840s education was available only to wealthy people. Reformers who wanted all children to gain the benefits of education opposed this. Reformers argued and free public education at the elementary level was available for all children.
Reformers worked to change schools by making them more accessible to everyone.
John Wycliffe, Jan Hus, Catherine of Siena, and Desiderius Erasmus
Reformers thought that education made children responsible citizens.
Reformers wanted change. Education opens up a lot of doors for people, and allows for much more intelligent ideas to be produced. By educating people, it sets a standard.
Education will reduce crime.
well in the late 1800s women were able to go get a an education so that is how women got education
To "repair" the deficiencies in education, working skills, and self-discipline.
Martin Luther and John Calvin wanted people to learn how to read so they could read the Bible for themselves and wouldn't listen to one groups opinion. This is why reformers pushed for public education
Special schools. some reformers took steps to improve education for people with disabilities.