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    <title>Enriqueta Compte</title>
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      <li><a href="#earlylife">Early life</a></li>
      <li><a href="#education">Her mark in education</a></li>
      <li><a href="#activism">Social activism</a></li>
      <li><a href="#more">Read more</a></li>
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        Enriqueta Compte y Riqué
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        Champion of education and feminism in Uruguay
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          Enriqueta Compte y Riqué
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        <h2 >Early life</h2>
        <p>Born in Barcelona, Spain, on New Year's Eve, 1866, Enriqueta Compte y Riqué moved to Uruguay with her family 7 years later, when she was still a young child. Enriueta had been born with a severe miopia that hindered her sight, but that would be just one of many hurdles she would overcome during her life.</p>
        <p>Before she even enrolled into primary school, her uncle, who had immigrated into Uruguay with the rest of her family, taught her how to read, and she didn't stop there.</p>
        <p>Enriqueta became a first-grade teacher at just 17 years of age and two years later she would complete her studies and graduate best of her class from Montevideo's Normal Institute for Young Women.</p>
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        <h2>Her mark in education</h2>
        <p>In 1889, at 22, she was the only woman chosen by the government to travel to Europe and research innovative educational methods used in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. She focused on the research of German pedagogue <a href="öbel" target="_blank">Friedrich Fröbel</a>, who had studied preschool education and cemented his theories on the belief that chieldren have "unique needs and capabilities". He created the concept of "kindergarten", which Enriqueta promptly took to, divising how to incorporate it into Uruguayan education.</p>
        <p>But Enriqueta didn't just take Fröbel's ideas and implanted them in Uruguay, she adapted them so that they would fit the country. In doing so, she created South America's first kindergarten.</p>
        <p> Her role as a teacher went beyond just preschool education, as she also played an important role in the training of teachers in Uruguay, going as far as to introduce a project for the creation of a Pedagogic University in 1925.</p>
       <section id="activism">
        <h2>Social activism</h2>
        <p>Enriqueta was also a devoted activist and, from her retirement until her death, in 1949, she visited prisons and orphanages teaching people how to read and write.</p>
        <p>She was also a champion of women's rights, and advocated for the female vote in Uruguay, which she finally saw become a reality in 1927. She repeatedly maintained that giving women the right to vote would only contribute to a better world, as she did in the following quote from her 1933 book, <em>Educación y trabajo</em>.</p>
        <q>Granting political rights to women will deeply transform the social condition of peoples. How, it is impossible to tell, but it will undoubtedly be for their benefit, since the mistakes of inexpierence will soon be compensated by the benefit of feminine qualities aimed at one same purpose together with that of men.</q>
       <section id="more">
        <h2>Find out more</h2>
        <p>You can find more about Enriqueta in her <a href="é" target="_blank" id="tribute-link">English Wikipedia page</a>.</p>
        <p>Or, if you're feeling brave, you can read more about her in the following Spanish links:</p>
          <li><a href="" target="_blank">Transgresoras</a></li>
          <li><a href="" target="_blank">La Diaria</a></li>
            <a href="" target="_blank">Día de la educación</a>
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