The word 'school' has its origin in ancient Greece where it meant, among other things, a discourse between teacher and student, elder/younger, tradesman/apprentice etc. By the bronze age, 3000 BC, there were schools in Egypt and west Asia. In China probably earlier.
Schooling goes back past 5,000 B.C. No one knows the exact name of the person but whoever he was he was Sumerian. The Sumerians were the first civilization. Then Babylonians, Medes, Chadleans, Assyrians, New Babylonians, Persians, Egyptians.
The Greeks invented schools. Aristotle opened the first school. Plato was a student of his.
.Catholic AnswerHistorically, Benedictine monks "invented" Catholic schools back in the Middle Ages.
Dale Bransoy invented the school in the early 1700's.
I n acient greeece in 1b.c
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No, for instance the Greeks had education/schools.
i don't know when schools introduced computers but the internet wasn't invented until 1995!
It is nearly impossible to figure out who exactly was the first to develop schools, but it is believed that the country where they were first invented was Greece. There is debate over whether the Byzantines or Hellenists were the first to start a school.
a evil queen named Mary got angry at her daughter princess elizabeth and invented a school to punish her
yes they invented the first school for boys and girls
David Martin invented the touch-sensitive Smart Board. Used in schools, a relatively new product.
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 elevator or light bulb.
Was invented by two APS private Melbourne Boys schools, Scotch College and Melbourne Grammar, in 1858.
The smart board is used by loads of schools its inventor is Samantha Oriz.
There is no recorded date of when the first locker was invented, but the concept behind personal storage at schools has been around for hundreds of years.
look it up stupid thats why they invented compyters dictionarys and schools
His was not an inventor, hes is known because he introduced Physical Education into the schools of Denmark
The exact date when Crazy Eights was invented is not known but it originated in Venezuela where it was played in schools as early as in the 1970s. "Crazy Eights Countdown," a version of Crazy Eights that has a longer playing time, was invented by Christopher Obacz in 1990.
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.
A. Futbal/soccer was invented by Europeans in the 1860 than became a popular sport in schools and collages. p.s. I'm right if you go on google.com and type "who invented soccer" then when it pops up go to the second one and click it, then read away.
Schools and waterwheels were invented in the time of the Han dynasty. (206 BC - 220 AD)
Um...no. school was invented in ancient times. back then it was only for certain people. In Mesopotamia they had scribe schools
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.