The effects of the modern world globalization which have been noticeable since the previous century, have left their imprint on the socio-natural environment. The development of countries located in the area of the so called global north is proceeding at a dizzying pace, often at the expense of countries belonging to the poor south. The “Agenda for Sustainable Development 2030” elaborated by the United Nations provides a response to the contemporary problems faced by the world. The document contains seventeen clearly specified objectives, one of which addresses the need for providing good education. The article presents the question of implementing high quality education in the post-modern society necessitated by, among others, a prevalent educational crisis.