Education will play a central role in the future of society as a real collaborative space where teachers and students share a common strategy in regards to knowledge and creativity, both of which will be key drivers for growth and competitiveness. ICT and modern content matrixes provide new frontier of capability that helps students to answer, with more efficiency, the complex challenges of a new society. This effective approach is the right platform for the creation of a strategic education as the central competence for a new order in society.
More than that, education will allow people to know who they are and why they have a strong commitment with the values of freedom, social justice, and development. This is the reason to believe that a new standard of society is more than a possibility, it is an individual and collective necessity for all of us as effective global citizens.
Education will be an open space where collaboration and participation are the drivers of a new way of communication. In this way it´s essential to learn the lessons that will emerge from a world that is trying to rebuild its competitive advantage and to reinvent its effective place in a complex and global network of relations. In the new global economy and innovation society, people and companies have a central role to play in formulating a new attitude connected with the creation of value and a focus on creativity.
Education will be a permanent commitment between by both local and global actors. As a result, it must confirm itself as an enabler in a very demanding world by introducing into society and the economy a capital of trust and innovation that is essential to ensure a central leadership in the future relations betwen the different social and economic players. These new actors should be more global than they are now and more capable of driving the social matrix through a type of unique dynamic of knowledge that builds and sells it as a mobile asset on the global market.
This will inevitably lead to education becoming the key effective actor for permanent social integration. Educators must know how to integrate, in a positive way, those who want to develop new ideas. This sort of social cohesion is done with the constructive participation of the citizens if it is going to become an effective tool of mobilisation. A positive integrative policy is the main signal that different actors have a common road to follow in the future.
Education will thus face a very exciting challenge as it is led by all actors working in a free and collaborative forum. For the teachers and students, this will become an active commitment on which the focus of the participation and the development of new competences, on a collaborative basis, must be the key of the difference when answering the ‘Education Question’.