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I am looking for sources on various Halakhot of honoring female Rabbis (knowledgeable women that tech Judaism). My basic assumption is that as many rule that כיבוד רב is learned from קל וחומר from כיבוד אב ואם (see Mishna B"M 31a), there's no difference between male Rabbis and female Rabbis.

Clarification**: *I do not discuss the question 
of the ordination of female Rabbis,
just like honoring male Rabbis does not require one.*
  1. Does honoring Rabbis include honoring female Rabbis in general?
  2. If yes, does it apply to men and women, i.e. should men honor female Rabbis?
  3. Do school teachers that teach Tanakh and Halakhah qualify as Rabbis?
  4. If for a son his Rabbi takes precedence over his father, is it true for a daughter with her female Rabbi?

Thank you.

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    If you replaced "she-Rabbi" in your question by "highly knowledgeable Jewish woman" would you get answers that would satisfy you? Otherwise you are mixing politics with your question and might get lots of comments/answers saying "we don't recognize She-Rabbis" – mbloch Jul 4 '18 at 12:20
  • Good question! +1 – רבות מחשבות Jul 4 '18 at 12:22
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    @mbloch In Israel, female teachers (often married to rabbis) are called רבנית. I suspect the question was about them – b a Jul 4 '18 at 12:52
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    @ba well, not just in Israel, in many places. If the OP speaks of rabbaniot then he should say so, or call them "rabbi's wives". Unless I'm the only one to be confused about she-rabbis which I understood to be female rabbis. – mbloch Jul 4 '18 at 12:54
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    If you accept the suggestion of @mbloch this might be related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/85398/… – Kazi bácsi Jul 4 '18 at 13:02