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Education Of Yesterday Today And Tomorrow

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Going to school and getting and education is something that many teenagers today take for granted. We complain about doing class work and barely want to take the time to study at home. School would probably be much more important to teenagers if they were not able to get an education. If you can imagine a time when school was only allowed for the privileged or very wealthy, then you can understand what it was like for many teenagers and children during the Victorian Era. The Victorian era was the time period between 1837 and 1901 when Queen Victoria ruled Britain. During that time, a lot of discoveries in science and technology were being made but educational opportunities did not exist for the majority of people in society. When it came to who was educated during the Victorian era, social institutions, gender, and technology were all determining factors on whether or not an individual was given an opportunity to go to school. Education during the Victorian era had a great deal ...

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