Education should be an extension of the Knowledge Society and a catalyst for comprehensive development efforts on social, economic, and cultural levels. Educational institutions can be enabled to be incubators of human development strategies in order to advance societies.
We focus on education to be sufficient whether by the absorptive capacity of those targeted, or in terms of its quality, content and relevance.
We also make sure to remind of the importance of the availability of education for everybody without constraints, which might be posed by the nature of some communities or any circumstances. We are also eager to remind of the necessity of eliminating obstacles that prevent individuals from accessing to education, choosing its classifications and protecting these rights through a strong legislative system, clear strategic plan and efficient executive will.
Keeping education updated is just as important as making it available for the public. We also believe that progress of the levels of education in a country within the global indicators is an important measure of its quality and development, to the extent that education must also contribute to the progress of a country’s levels in the rest of the overall development indicators.
If we had a look at the old and new history of nations, we would find its civilization and progress were closely linked to science. As its obscurantism and decline were strongly linked to ignorance. Therefore, it is not surprising that progress associated with science, and obscurantism and decline associated with ignorance; consequently, education is not only an important way to acquire knowledge, but also a way to survive and escape from the dilemma of obscurantism and cultural decline.