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She founded or sponsored several educational establishments, notably the Reformed College at Sárospatak.
Her Protestant religious beliefs compelled her to shun the pampered life of an aristocrat and instead to express her religion through action especially through development of girls' education. While living in Nagyvárad she ensured that girls were taught not only the skills needed to run a home and bring up a family, but also to read, write, and do arithmetic. They were to be versed in the Bible.
^ abFest, Sándor. ANGLO-HUNGARIAN HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL RELATIONS, Angol Filológiai Tanulmányok / Hungarian Studies in English, Vol. 4, (1969), pp. 5-44. Published by: Centre for Arts, Humanities and Sciences (CAHS), acting on behalf of the University of Debrecen CAHS.