Author(s): Nadja Enke
The word Education came from the antiquated Greece, which gets from the Athenian legend, Academes. Outside the city walls of Athens, the gym was made renowned by Plato as a focal point of learning. The holy space, committed to the goddess of intelligence, Athena, had previously been an olive forest, thus the maxim “the forests of Academe”. In these nurseries, the thinker Plato speaker with devotees. Plato formed his meetings into a technique for showing reasoning and in 387 BC, laid out what is referred to the present time as the Old Foundation.