The fundamental role of education in the life of any nation and the strengthening of the power of the State is well known. Education provides it with everything it needs to build its strength and the durability of its existence, from teachers to engineers, decision-makers, doctors, and workers in its various sectors, including military, economic and cultural.

Any development success today depends primarily on the ability to utilize the elements of power, which is not always available without a strong, sober education, which produces minds capable of organized thinking and has sufficient skill to engage in developmental activity, both economically and socially, in all those activities, education has a fundamental role to play.

On the other hand, education contributes to the consolidation of national identity and the building of citizens who are in harmony with and in defense of their State. The role of education is reflected in this aspect through two paths. The first is the role of a well-trained, well-educated, and highly educated that qualifies it to play the most dangerous role in society.

The second track is moral, showing and shaping in the psyche of children when they have a stimulating learning environment, clean, well-equipped, beautifully designed schools that form an environment fit for their psychological formation without complication and to develop their sense of belonging to their home by giving them notice of their importance to the home by providing whatever they need at school so that they can become a substitute for the home, a place of psychological comfort.