Quality Education
| Tsiuri Berishvili - 16 Oct 2023

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are widely regarded as a powerful political vision addressing social, economic, and environmental pillars. In this light, this chapter focuses on the fourth SDG on quality education and draws comparisons, with Europe´s 2020 strategy aimed at creating the conditions for smart, sustainable, and inclusive growth in the European Union (EU) context.

     The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to transform our World. They are a call to action to end poverty and inequality, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy health, justice, and prosperity. No one must be left behind.

     The SDGs are no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry, innovation, reduced inequality, sustainable consumption and production, climate action, life below water, life and land, peace, justice and strong institution partnership for the goals.

    My article deals with the fourth goal of the Sustainable Development Goals, which is quality education. Goal 4, which means to ensure fair and comprehensive quality instruction and advance deep-rooted learning doors for all people. This Education 2030 gives direction to the usage of this yearning objective and responsibilities.

  On 15 September, the General Assembly of the United Nations received the 2030 Agenda to achieve sustainable Development Goals. The widespread, transformational, and comprehensive SDGs depict real challenges for humankind. The main point of the 17 SDGs is to secure a feasible, quiet prosperous, and fair life on the earth for everybody and later on. The objectives cover worldwide difficulties that are critical to humankind.

 A key element of the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development is its all-inclusiveness and unbreakable quality. It tends to all countries and all those countries who are implementing the  2030 Agenda to adjust their particular advancement endeavors to the point of advancing success while ensuring the planet with a specific end goal to accomplish feasible improvement. Consequently, regarding the  SDGs, all nations need to make earnest moves.

  Education is an essential tool that provides any possible knowledge to human beings. After many years of globalization began to realize that trends of economic development are not sustainable anymore, so may perceive that education is the key to moving society toward sustainability.  Education allows everyone to obtain the knowledge, skills attitude, and values necessary to shape the future more sustainably. ESD is defined as approaching education more holistically with the vision of creating a better world for future generations of all living things.

    One of the main focuses here is to educate the younger generation by developing a  sense of responsibility for the environment, Education for sustainable development can cultivate the youngster’s mindset by including the concept of living in a  sustainable lifestyle. It not only helps the children to promote a  sustainable lifestyle but also allows them to be more socially concerned about the environment. As far as we are all concerned, ESD is not only about being eco-friendly, it also includes developing various personal skills.

   What is education for sustainable development?

ESD gives the knowledge skills, values, and agency to address interconnected global challenges, including climate change, loss of biodiversity, unsustainable use of resources, and inequality.

   How to make our school sustainable and eco-friendlier?

  • classroom composting
  • active environment learning
  • recycling as a craft exercise.
  • re-use paper
  • using sustainable it
  • start a school gardening project.
  • energy efficiency
  • advocates zero waste at school events.

Education is the that will allow many other sustainable Development Goals. (SDGs) to be achieved. When people can get quality education they can break from the cycle of poverty. Education therefore helps to reduce inequality and to reach gender equality. It also empowers people everywhere to live more healthy and sustainable lives. Education is also crucial to fostering tolerance between people and contributes to more peaceful societies. Education reduces inequality.

 Quality education.

  This goal ensures that all girls and boys complete free primary and secondary schooling by 2030. It also aims to provide equal access to affordable vocational training and to climate, gender, and wealth disparities to achieve universal access to quality higher education.

Quality education is understood as one of the most powerful and proven drivers for ensuring sustainable development, which can be applied in various educational contexts, formal, and non-forma,l and which can generate multiple benefits for the general public.

  Education can change social orders in a  solitary area children can be provided the insurance they require from the hazards of neediness, work exploitation, and illness and provide them the information,  aptitudes, and certainty to achieve their maximum capacity.

 Quality education promotes the well-being of children. Access to quality education enables children to develop and flourish. Educated children have more confidence.  

  While enrolment in primary education in developing countries has reached  91%,57 million children remain out of school.

     Education for sustainable development can help to shape our future. With continuous support from government-appropriate laws, responsible action by society will together serve and alternative the major global crises that we face today. The consequences would be dire if individuals did not look at it as a critical issue.

    In conclusion, this contribution implies that the pursuit of continuous improvements in quality education and social inclusion could create a  virtuous cycle of productivity outcomes, economic growth, and prosperity.

    A conclusion is that in g about to achieve a  more satisfactory relationship between society and its environment, timely provision should be made for the changes that human activities and competition overuse of resources may bring about to minimize potential conflicts.

    Quality education is a necessary prerequisite for sustainable development. Quality education is closely related to poverty eradication, good work and economic growth, and gender equality. In the 21st century, we should take knowledge care of increasing and strengthening skills. It is also important to organize appropriate measures to promote the employment of young people.



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