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I count myself well educated, for the admirable woman at the head of the school which I attended from the age of four an
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"I count myself well educated, for the admirable woman at the head of the school which I attended from the age of four and a half till I was thirteen and a half, was a born teacher in advance of her own times"

- Catherine Helen Spence

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This quote by Catherine Helen Spence talks to the importance of education and the impact of a great instructor. Spence is revealing her appreciation for the teacher who informed her from a young age. She acknowledges that this instructor led her time, suggesting that she was an innovator and a leader in the field of education. Spence's words demonstrate the profound impact that a terrific instructor can have on a student's life. She is grateful for the education she got and the assistance of her teacher, who helped her to end up being well educated. This quote serves as a tip of the significance of education and the power of an excellent teacher to form the lives of their students.

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Catherine Helen Spence This quote is written / told by Catherine Helen Spence between October 31, 1825 and April 3, 1910. She was a famous Author from Australia. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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