What was Rome's greatest influence and contributions to modern education?
This could be a number much of the literature the rise of universities and libraries on a large scale to protect the Greek works, but probably the beginning of the modern language. As I'm sure you're familiar with a number of contemporary languages are of Latin origin (ie, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Romanian, etc) and it has influenced America in almost all languages spoken today, especially English. These languages have evolved from vulgar Latin forms and are more educated in the world. But the creation of these languages not only is the fulfillment of Roma languages follow the same stylistic nuances of language and really show the language can be used. Before this point the introduction Phoenician alphabet was the biggest change in how the composition of the language is taught, but with Latin America the first attempts to climb a point of literary writing attempted. Although the vast majority are illiterate still writing was very common and is the main reason for these languages (and Latin America, for that matter) are still there and that writing is smooth and wide spread as it is. Hope this helps,
Benedict XVI: Education will remedy violence in Rome