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How did the role of the church in education change over time?

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Universities changed from being independent to being part of the church.

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Priests became the only teachers at universities.

C.
Schools began to provide education beyond religious instruction.

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The church declared that only religious subjects could be taught at universities.

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  1. i'll help what do you think the answer is?

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  2. I think your correct

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  3. C is the best answer, however, few churches seldom teach things that contradict the religious dogma, regardless of the subject.

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  4. 2021. anyone?

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  5. C. Schools began to provide education beyond religious instruction

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  6. hi so I'm an and that's all I wanted to say byee

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  7. lol they censored the word !diot

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  8. So what is the answer to all questions?

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  9. I don't know because I am not real because I have no name

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