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may 22 podcast

“Abigail Adams, however, believed that education was as important for women as for men and felt that an educated woman could more capably perform the duties required in her domestic sphere, including child rearing, household management, and “retaining the affections of a man of understanding.”  She recognized the importance of children being taught by mothers who were not merely literate but students themselves and she purposed to speak out in favor of a girl’s education every chance she had.”  Listen here for this week’s podcast entitled “Abigail Adams, Homechooling Mom, Part Two.”

And be sure to join me next week for the third and final podcast in this series as I explore the marriage of John and Abigail Adams and the lessons it holds for homeschooling moms today!

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