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Was There A Link Between Womens Education and Their Right To Vote During the womans rights movement one of the major concerns people had with giving women the vote was the fear that they had not yet obtained a sufficient education to make good use of it Several people thought that they could not make good decisions because of their lack of knowledge that could only be acquired with a proper education Therefore one of the more important steps for women to climb was to have a large number of them acquire this education to earn suffrage Over the course of the womans rights movement women eventually did climb this and many other steps with women being admitted to graduating from and earning degrees at a large variety of universities Because of this women could demonstrate that they had a sufficient education some had one higher then most men to be able to make good decisions when they acquired suffrage In early civilizations and for quite a bit after the only teachers were men This is probably because women could not get an education themselves men thought of them as so inferior that they should not learn and thus had nothing to teach In ancient Egypt not only were all of the teachers men but the students were all boys The same was true for all of the other civilizations at the time During the dark ages the monasteries the rare sources of knowledge were for male monks only Due to an increase in female education by the time the early 1800s rolled around women were teaching in grade schools all over the US and several other countries At the end of the Civil War in 1865 thousands of women migrated south to teach at new Freedom Schools Today there are even more female teachers then there are male ones This was caused in part by the ability for women to acquire an education Slowly
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