Life-long Learning
  • Future education must be made relevant to the rapidly changing needs of society, the demands of the labor market, the growing shortage of attitudes and skills, the values needed for social harmony and problem solving, and the individuality needed for leadership, independent thinking and creativity. 
  • The report on State of the Future explains how education and learning make humanity more intelligent, knowledgeable, and wise enough to address its global challenges. 
  • The coming revolution in education is a harbinger of the coming freedom of the individual. 
  • World Academy's Forum on Global Higher Education examined issues resulting from rapid changes in educational technology and organization that impact on accessibility, affordability, quality, relevance, content and employability of higher education.
  • Educating the mind eliminates the uncertainties from one’s life. 'Educating the Spirit' lifts it out of the non-creative frame of mind into one of ever-living creative consciousness.
  • Methodological experiences of long-term interdisciplinary studies and problem-solving training, focused on sustainable development in protected, industrial regions, and historical cities of Poland, will be useful for promotion of similar activity in other countries, as recommended by UN’s Decade of Education for Sustainable Development