When were schools invented?
The concept of grouping students together in a centralized location for learning has existed since at least Classical antiquity. Formal schools have existed at least since ancient Greece (academy), ancient India (gurukul) and ancient China.
The term school is from the Latin, but the Romans did not invent the concept of formal education.
The Romans invented schools. This was during the Roman Empire's rule. The name was formally known as "scola" which was Latin for "school".
When Hoover went to school they didn't have middle schools. Middle schools are a modern idea that has happened in the last 30 years. He was born in 1874. That is only 10 years after the civil war and in 1855 schools were starting to expand and change. In 1874 the first high schools opened. When he was born the car hadn't been invented, the phone wasn't invented, the zipper wasn't invented nor was the…
Homework has always been in schools it just wasn't known as homework Homework was invented after the Industrial Revolution - before that, there were no schools the way you know them. Rich kids could afford to have an education and they usually had their own teacher. Regular kids went to work around age 6-10, either in a factory or as an apprentice to someone who taught them a job.
No one invented teachers. A teacher is a person who teaches you "something". The first teachers for children is the parents. An "educator" is a person who is trained in teaching others and the ancient Greeks invented schools. Plato and Socrates were two of the earliest teachers. Today's teachers spend years learning about how to teach people.