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  • 1. Education in Portugal
    • Primary and Higher Education
    • 2. Humanist Education: Education in Portugal focused on philosophy, human values, or concerns
    • 3. Heavy emphasis on Roman writers such as Quintilian
    • 4. Church schools established
    • 5. Jesuits
  • Quintilian
    The Roman rhetorician, Quintilian (née, Marcus FabiusQuintilianus), is famous for his belief that the ideal orator is “a good man speaking well.” In Roman times, orators represented a high form of civil servant, devoted to “pleading or arguing for a cause” on behalf of someone less able, in front of a court or assembly.
  • 6. Church Schools
    Primary education and Higher education
    Church schools on the rise during the late 1500s
    Education was for those who could afford it
  • 7. Jesuits
    A body of priests organized for apostolic works
    Followers of religious rule
    Dominated the education by the 1600s
    Relied on alms for support
    Founded by Ignatius Loyola