Education in ancient Egypt was very developed, as the ancient Egyptian civilization paid a great attention to the Education because the Egyptians realized that the Education was the only way to be a powerful kingdom.
The ancient Egyptians cared about the Education through 3 ways:
The Egyptian civilization is one of the fewest civilizations to reveal its secrets about Education.
We have discovered their methods of Education via the pyramids, scenes on the walls of tombs and temples, mummies, and different texts. The Egyptologists have made great efforts to illustrate the system of Education.
When the child grew he found himself raised up with a concordant family, each member of the family loved the other members, this culture has been found in the Egyptian society since old times until now.
The ancient Egyptians realized the importance of the sports and Physical Education to the children. We have a lot of scenes show the young boys and girls do different kinds of sports.
These sports were being played in the schools or the house. The sports of boys were totally different from the girls.
The ancient Egyptian invented the writing in the 4th millennia B.C. They paid a great respect to the scribe and made him unified with god Thoth, the god of science and Education in ancient Egypt.
These employers were from different sectors like the administration of the kingdom, politics, religion, and military.
The students in ancient Egypt were learning different types of sciences among them the Math. They learned the simple operations like the Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
Although the music and dancing had great importance in ancient Egypt, but we could not find any curriculums explained how the Egyptians were teaching these arts.
But we have found that the priests were entitled to teach the girls the art of music and dance.
Of course, the Mummification required a great and accurate knowledge of the body organs and their place, its functions, and the methods of their working.
The Mummification also required the knowledge of chemical reactions, drugs, and pharmacology. One of the most famous medical schools in ancient Egypt located in the city of “Sais” one of the capitals of ancient Egypt.