Más de quinientas "almas"el acceso a la educación de la mujer en el sistema educativo liberal

  1. García Perales, Nuria
  2. Martín Sánchez, Miguel Á.
La Constitución de Cádiz. Genealogía y desarrollo del sistema educativo liberal: XVII Coloquio Nacional de Historia de la Educación. Cádiz, 9-11 de julio de 2013
  1. Espigado Tocino, M. Gloria (dir. congr.)
  2. Gómez Fernández, Juan (ed. lit.)
  3. Pascua Sánchez, María José de la (ed. lit.)
  4. Sánchez Villanueva, Juan Luis (ed. lit.)
  5. Vázquez Domínguez, Carmen (ed. lit.)

Publisher: Sociedad Española de Historia de la Educación ; Servicio de Publicaciones ; Universidad de Cádiz

ISBN: 978-84-9828-437-9

Year of publication: 2013

Pages: 637-646

Congress: Coloquio de Historia de la Educación (17. 2013. Cádiz)

Type: Conference paper


And the woman, with slow and silent came into the classroom ... We draw from this statement to distinguish two things which we believe are necessary. On one side the moral instruction (defined then as education) received by the mother to develop social activities attributed to their sex, and education across schooled in which the woman comes to the classroom for academic instruction. In a strongly masculine society, both politically and culturally, the role of women claiming their share of power is making its way in a century marked by social revolutions, the birth of the first feminist movements and the incorporation of women into the labor market. The emerging European educational systems, they begin to crystallize with the illustrated, recognize and guarantee the fundamental role of education in the future and the benefit of a country. Not until the Law of Public Instruction September 9, 1857 (Law Moyano) when first recognized in Spain the right to education of women, establishing, in article 100, that any population of over five hundred "souls "is to have school children and another, however incomplete, of girls, but makes a number of differences between the education that each sex has received. The liberal education system, they begin to train future teachers Spanish, those teachers that especially in rural areas, carry out one of the most important tasks of society: education.