Trever T. and Breton T.
Education was barely seen as an important part of Medieval Europe until it started to create a stronger image with its success. Reading, writing, and calculation was becoming a skill needed in governments, business and even agriculture. People who had these skills, such as scribes, clerks, and layers were standing in great power over other people. Going to school and getting and education was not done by everyone in Medieval Europe.
A family is something everyone has and being in different family situations, lives of people easily changed. Those who were married or born into a rich family would have led a rich life. Segregation between men and women were also found in family life, like ill treatment wives received from their husbands. Children were shaped out by their environment, especially the one their parent’s create.