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A Plan for Improving Female Education, Emma Hart Willard, 1819
This passage is an excerpt from Emma Willard’s speech to the New York State legislature, delivered in 1819 regarding a woman’s access to appropriate education.

Willard, Emma. "Benefits of Female Seminaries." 1918. A Plan for Improving Female Education. Second ed. Middlebury, Vermont: J.W. Copeland, 1819. 26-28. Print.

All of the following statements are true of paragraph 5 (lines 42-53) EXCEPT:

A

Women applying to seminaries would have to meet certain qualifications.

B

Lower grades of female instruction will be forced to improve as a result of the creation of female seminaries.

C

Teachers at female seminaries would have the students’ best intellectual interests at heart.

D

Institutions of higher education will make women more appealing to men.

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