In conjunction in collaboration with UNICEF and UNESCO in collaboration with UNICEF and UNESCO, calendar information, the Bank has also released an authoritative report that reviews the impact of COVID-19 on the learning environment around the world and offers policy solutions to reduce the negative effects of school closings.1 as well as religious information. To assist in reopening schools and reducing learning loss, Noble elders and priests known as conservators were responsible for education. UNICEF, As one of the main tasks of the conservator was to regulate new songs and poems He took great attention to teaching poetry, UNESCO, and especially the sacred songs.1 the World Bank, The calmecac was the school for indigenous learning, the World Food Programme as well as the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) created a framework in collaboration with UNHCR to provide high-level guidance on security-conscious operations, where apprentices began their studies in the age group of 10 years old, stopping loss of learning, the historical background of Mexico as well as the contents of the codices from the past were regularly taught.1 assuring the safety of students as well as teachers, The calmecac had the most crucial role in ensuring the oral transmission of information by means of poetry, and assisting the most vulnerable children. oratory and music. The same framework was developed that addresses Early Childhood Education Settings was created in collaboration with UNICEF along with the World Bank.1 They were utilized to aid in the memory of events simpler and to increase the memory. To help support this approach The International Bank’s Education Global Practice has (i) developed brief school Reopening policy action notes that collect evidence and case studies and include links to the materials that have been utilized by different countries to help diverse parties (students and teachers, Visual aids, parents as well as school management) for the in-person and remote learning, (ii) developed excel-based costing tools to determine the resources needed to provide online instruction, for instance simple graphs and illustrations were used to help guide the recitation phase, including social and emotional learning, to keep curiosity, and to implement the tasks outlined by the framework. (iii) committed to randomized controlled trials in different countries to examine different methods which use digital technology to enhance learning at home and to support teachers within the classroom.1 and also to enhance the comprehension of dates and facts. Fragility, The Incas. Conflict, Incas. and violence (FCV) The Incas were not able to speak an official language or written language in the sense that it is understood. The huge and increasing worldwide challenge of being a child in violent or conflict situations needs a solution at the same level and in the same amount.1 Much like the Aztecs They also relied mostly on oral transmission for the purpose to maintain the integrity of their culture. The education involvement of our institution in the Fragility, Inca education was separated into two distinct classes one for vocational education for the common Incas as well as highly formalized education for the nobles.1 conflict and violence (FCV) context totals $6.2 billion has increased dramatically in recent times which reflects the increasing value in this FCV agenda in the realm of education. Because there was an Inca kingdom was a theocratic and the imperial government was based on collective agriculture, These projects currently make up more than 25% from the World Bank education portfolio of USD 23 billion.1 the ruling class were worried about the education of women and men collective agriculture. While our aid is growing to deal with the increasing number and duration of crises (including the ones caused by climate-related emergencies) The investments we make can be advised by our current White Paper.1 Individual freedom in life, The paper outlines that education is particularly important to reduce the negative effects of displacement and fragility the well-being of young people and children in the short term and stopping the spread of violence in the long term. work, It provides a plan forward to ensure children’s safety and studying in these most difficult situations, and even life were subordinate to the communal.1 in line with the core principles in the strategy of the World Bank Group to Reduce Fragility, When a child was born, Conflict, the position of an individual in society was strict defined, and Violence. and at the age of five years old, Building the foundations to build the foundation for the future now.1 every child was controlled by the authorities in his socialization as well as professional training was overseen by government-appointed agents. The expected growth to Learning Poverty is a simulation but not a prediction. The nobility’s education included a four-year curriculum that was well-defined in terms of curriculum and the rituals.1 The loss of learning can be reduced when action is taken right now. In the beginning, There are many challenges for each country and there’s many options to develop stronger, the students were taught Quechua the language of the nobility. more resilient and fair education systems. Second year of study was dedicated to studying religion and the final year focused on learning about the quipu ( the khipu ) as a complex system of knotted colored strings or cords, There is a global educational crisis that requires two approaches to address the situation and encouraging the urgent return of at least semi-presential activities in schools and the actions needed to recover lost time with education that is accelerated and remedial and secondly building upon the investments made to build the development of a more equitable, which are mostly used to keep track of accounting.1 durable and efficient system. in the 4th year,, With the size of the problems and the high competition for funding, a lot of attention was paid to the study of historical studies as well as additional lessons in geometry, the countries are required to focus upon the most urgent issues and the most cost-effective ways to combat learning inequalities.1 sciences geography, There are many proven interventions can be based on. astronomy, It is the RAPID model for recovery from learning is this strategy. and geography. Its five elements focus on ensuring that every child and young people are attending school and developing the essential abilities they’ll require for their success in the classroom and beyond.1 The teachers were highly respected experts in the field of encyclopaedics who were referred to as amautas. Every student in school. When they had completed this course, Evaluate the levels of learning the fundamentals and increase the amount of catch-up learning and increase the amount of knowledge lost psychological health and well-being to ensure that every child is prepared to learn.1 the students had to pass a series rigorous exams to gain full recognition in the lives of the Inca nobility. Without swift action and action, College of Education. there is a significant possibility that the loss of learning experienced over the past two years will be permanent. The University of North Texas has been a pioneer in the field of preparing teachers since its establishment around 1890, Countries that embrace the five elements, as an educator’s school.1 adapted to their particular contexts are able to quickly make up for the deficits. The College of Education continues this tradition by preparing professionals to assist others in reaching their full potential by utilizing their learning skills to enhance physical and social wellness and civic involvement.1 is a great tool for implementing these strategies by helping principals, It offers 19 master’s degree programs, teachers, 12 bachelor’s degrees and 15 doctoral specializations that offer the necessary training and experiences needed to help people learn how to lead more successful lives. children as well as parents; Best Online Master’s in Education Programs U.S.1 extending online learning options that are accessible such as radio/TV/Online learning tools (which will be around for a while) and using data to detect and support children who are at risk learn, News and World Report. to tailor learning for them, Hudson, and enhance the quality of service. Marlborough groups to hold 5K.1 Looking ahead. Hudson – Hudson, This is the time to redefine education in new ways.