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Who taught new England colonies children?

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They were taught by their parents if there were no nearby school house to send them too, but after their parents taught them all they knew (which was often not much), they would be trained as an apprentice to learn a trade. If there were a school to send them to, the children were almost always taught by a male sschool master.

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Children were fairly well educated in the New England colonies. All the kids in a town or village would have been taught in a single school house, regardless of grade. They would have been taught using a book called The New England Primer, which was one of the very first textbooks for children used in America.

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