What Was Education like in the Middle Ages?

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In the middle ages, monks taught school for boys where they learned to read and write Latin, which was very important because both the Bible and the Church services used that language. Bishops also taught schools called cathedral schools. Boys worked long hours in the grammar schools and discipline was severe, they were beaten with rods or birch twigs.
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