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|Other Titles:||Elementary Education in the Sung Dynasty 1960-1279|
Department od Education, NTNU
The main purpose of this paper is to study the provision of elementary education in the Sung Dynasty（960─1279 A.D.）. Before the Sung Dynasty, most opportunities of elementary education were provided for the offspring of the noble. From that onwards, opportunities for the offspring of the commons increased tremendously and fast. Elementary schools were established by the local governments which size were small normally affliated with county or prefecture schools, and charged by a few staffs. Major income from their property were paid for the cost of pupils' food. The majority of pupils of those schools, age from 8 to 15, were recruited from the offspring of intellectuals and farmers, respectable descent, and good character was another necessary condition for admission. The main courses in elementary schools were handwriting and read classes, which were influenced by the civil servant examination. The development of elementary schools as well as that of state university and local public schools increased the educational opportunities of the descent of the commons tremendously than ever before.
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