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To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee To be educated is to get or develop a certain knowledge or skill by a learning procedure. There are lots of distinct learning processes, a few more explicit than others. In the first portion of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, education, in 1 form or another, is quite significant. Both inside and beyond the classroom, she always gains experience through instruction from both her brother, Jem, or by her sensible and self indulgent father, Atticus Finch. Although the education of children is more apparent in this novel, the education of adults isn't otiose. Scout and Jem learn that Calpurnia, the loyal Negro cook, is their friend. She has been largely responsible for increasing the kids and has also won complete esteem from Atticus, who children look up to and respect profoundly. Calpurnia is adoring yet uncompromising and straight with all the kids which leads them to gain reverence for her since she has matriarchal characteristics especially since Scout's mum is dead. In chapter 2, Scout realizes that ignorance and poverty are enemies. At her very first day of school, Scout tries to describe Mrs. Caroline that Walter Cunningham is a "Cunningham" and implies that he doesn't have lunch, as he's poor, " he had probably never noticed three quarters together in the same time in his lifetime" Mrs. Caroline punishes Scout for her remark , from her own ignorance. Scout, being naГЇve was just trying to help out and offer her a instructor a clearer facet on the Maycomb community. Scout also learns the Cunningham's could be bad, but they are honest in comparison to the Ewells, that are disrespectfu...