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Повседневная жизнь в женских школах высшей ступени

Minister of Education of the second half of Meiji Era named Mori Arinori (1847-1880) tried several reforms, conserned elementary and secondary education, but there were no attempts in developing especially women’s education. After his death in 1891, a new decree was published: there was one more important article. It said: “higher schools, equal to a level of secondary education for men, must be established for women. This education must be directed to comprehensive knowledge, nessecary for women; in such school women can get nessecary skills of sewing, and also special courses”. So, for the first time, a plan for creating higher schools for women was finally formed by law.