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The Role of Education in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: In Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird," the author's story reveals her thoughts about the deficiencies of the American educational system. In the story, the schools favor city children over children raised in rural settings.
During the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, she discusses her opinion on the educational system. Throughout the novel I'm convinced that she believes the education system is inequitable and has many flaws. Lee tends to discuss that the system is unfair because it does favor the town's children. She also acknowledges to us that our first years of school are useless. According to quotations throughout the novel, Lee reveals the system is to friendly and tries to satisfy the level of all children. Lee also implies the teachers are negative and different than they represent themselves in the classroom. Overall, Harper Lee is not in favor of the way the education system is being run during this time.

The education system is in favor with the town's children rather than the country children. "Miss seemed unaware that...

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