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education of the middle ages Education as we know it today did not exist in the Middle Ages Illiteracy was dominant among the population Scribes were the exception to the rule Churches were the main source of knowledge and schooling Real interest in learning grew along with the development of towns The towns officials needed to be educated At the same time a need for legal institutions was created and so started the university phenomenon Modern education was on its way There were few schools in the Middle ages so everyone had limited education Even the Lord of the Manor was often unable to read or write Some of the first schools were Cathedral schools As well as Parish Monastic and Palace schools Here people learned a particular role in society Naturally the primary job was training the clergy in their professional duties as priests of the Christian people The bishop was the head of the complex and he had a staff of priest to help him with the several of the diocese These skills that were taught here were reading singing of hymns church law writing of documents and the performing of Church duties and sacraments An example of educating for a specific role in life were the Knights who had learn how to fight with various weapons so that they could fight for their king The common people however had no way of being educated other than going a monastic school However if they did this they had to donate their property to the church The people who went to this school later become monks or nuns They had to follow three important laws chastity obedience and the law or the lord if not followed they would be thrown out of the monastery Most monasteries had a rule of silence monks could not talk which other except for a short period of time During meals one monk might read passages from
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