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Beale

Dorothea. 1831--1906, British schoolmistress, a champion of women's education and suffrage. As principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College (1858--1906) she introduced important reforms
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Carey Thomas had centered the Bryn Mawr curriculum on philology, and just as Dorothea Beale taught literature as a form of moral education (Raikes 1908), Tsuda would focus her students' study on English language and literature to mold their characters, ultimately to benefit the nation.
By emphasizing the influence of English women's schools, particularly those of Dorothea Beale, my interpretation differs from that of Martha Tocco, who states, "She [Tsuda] credited American models as the inspiration for her institution, but in fact she borrowed both Japanese and American educational practices, often favoring earlier institutional structures over newer alternatives.