To Kill a Mockingbird

What is the significance of Calpurnia's description of learning to read? How does this affect Scout?

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Most of the people in Calpurnia's church could not read. Scout and Jem are shocked to see just how educated Calpurnia is during a time when few blacks attended school. Calpurnia was taught by Miss Maudie’s aunt.