#105 (Is Taxation Slavery?) stated, "i am wondering just how educated the typical confederate soldier was." This infers that the typical Confederate soldier was uneducated. Therefore, you are wrong that someone didn't say that Confederates were uneducated.
#2-My post highlighting the literacy rates of the south show that the south was educated nearly to the degree the north was. That is, unless, you think that literacy isn't a part of being educated.
#3-Statistics are invalid since they do not exist for either side of the Mason-Dixon. If you want statistics of the south then you present the ones for the north. However, academia has made it difficult for any historian to research into the antebellum south for political correctness reasons and want all of the focus on New England. The two pdfs I linked state this as a fact.
So far you have shown nothing and produced nothing, but are quick to jump on a person that does provide a source. You want me to produce statistics of the southern school attendence then do so for the north first.