Education illuminates us with the lights of wisdom and lights.

Nelson Mandela has quoted, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

Not only it empowers people to determine their fate, it is the central to the advancement of human development.

Global Education can bring the elementary shift in the values, actions, and responsibilities of an individual.Education forms the foundation of any society. It brings the economic, social, and political growth and development of society.

The rate of development of any country depends on the pace of universal primary education.Therefore schools play a pivotal role in moulding a nation’s future by facilitating all round development of its future citizens.

Over 40 years, equitable access to quality education can help a country raise its gross domestic product per capita by 23 percent.Of course, the sustainable future cannot be achieved in months but with well designed policies and framework, it can be moved on to the right path.

Well delivered education promises employment, better earnings, health, and strong economic background. Education spurs innovation and it fosters social solidarity in communities.Significant progress is possible when countries prioritize the concept of ‘learning for all’. This progress is just the beginning of a global movement, with every student in every country learning about the basic life skills and approaches for sustainable development from well trained teachers equipped with resources and well designed curriculum.

Global education helps students become curious and understand the world and globalization, to make sense of how global and local affairs are interdependent, to recognize global opportunities, and to have the skills to act on those opportunities, advancing progress, global stability and peace. Global engagement can enrich the life of a person and enable them to participate, economically and civically, in a world that is coming together at accelerating speed in activities

Article by-Ishita patwal , Edited By- Shweta Mittal