Tamilla Wahabova
Associate Professor, Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University Doctor of Philosophy in Pedagogy


The article analyzes and compares the views of Azerbaijani educators on the role of women in society and the education of women in the late XIX - early XX centuries. During this period, it was shown that teachers in Azerbaijan saw one of the important reasons for comprehensive monitoring of Islamic countries, including Azerbaijan, in the fact that women were excluded from modern education and upbringing. They argued that in order to achieve the full development of Azerbaijan and the Islamic community, women should be educated and educated in a modern European style, or rather, a European one. To do this, open schools for girls and create European cultural centers. The article also discusses the struggle of the Azerbaijani intelligentsia to create schools for girls and what they have done in this area. Girls are provided with information on public and private schools. Opinions and opinions of national intellectuals on the creation of women's schools with national content are examined. M. FAhundov, H. Zardabi, M. Shakhtakhtli, S. M. Ganizade, A. Agaev, A. Huseynzade, S. Mammadguluzade, U. F. Nemanzade, F. Kocharli, U. Hajibeyov, M. A. Rasululzade, Yu. V. Chamanzaminli, M. Hadi and others. as well as the views and opinions of the Azerbaijani intelligentsia. At the same time, a summary of the effectiveness and results of the work done.