In order for education systems to keep up with the pace of technology, they have to look at teachers and learners just as motor companies look at cars and human beings.
What countries and education ministries can learn from world wars is the importance of producing what is necessary and what is needed to compete in the economy.
Through education early humans improved their lives, increasing their chance of survival. Education also gave them the ability to leave marks and paintings for us to learn about them.
Achieving the education Sustainable Development Goal will require a balance in education systems. A more focused approach to teacher training, appropriate learner to teacher ratio, safety in schools, health, hygiene, tackling inequality and policies on teenage etc… They contribute to the success of any education system, and a balance to a number of these issues will result in a thriving system.