Many immediate and complex issues surprisingly educated teachers today. With positive and negative global impact, teachers need to look beyond the surface of education. Students are not just products in their schools, but are formed societies in society, determining the success and failures of the nation in the future. Students, teachers and all leaders need to work together to develop a successful curriculum that involves learning different cultures. Our next generation must deal with intercultural issues and grow in sensible adults who are fair and just to the international community.
Technology plays an important role in our education today and will even more in the future. Especially in countries where economic and political conditions are stable, access to the Internet and computers will be maximized, and communication tools among teachers, even to the extent that the intranet is accessible. This technology should be available in all schools financed by taxes and contributions from the private sector.
Technology can also close the gap between education levels worldwide. Due to political and social and economic differences in countries it would be impossible for this technology to reach all parts of the world, but efforts should be made to ensure that education is fair and spread to all children everywhere. This will require volunteers, contributions and assistance from appropriate countries internationally. Even if there were only one computer in each town for these countries for schoolchildren, it would be important.
Another reason technology is important for our curriculum development is for the culture of knowledge expansion. The need for understanding different cultures is a prominent issue in education and society today as interactions between countries become more mixed. The United States has always been a diverse country; for the longest time, the content of the curriculum was specific for Western purposes.
For example, Higher Education High Schools were mainly focused on European and Western history. We can now use technology to design a world history plan that includes not only the part of the world history but further. San Diego University, in collaboration with the National Center for History at Schools at the University of Los Angeles, offers online information about world history and assist teachers in delivering the entire curriculum without excluding the majority of people, events or times (San Diego State University, 2007 ).
We should also use technology to shape curricula to create international awareness, understand various cultures, and learn different views and values. Curriculum
must focus on combating obstacles to others that are different and encourage mutual respect and understanding of other cultures and attitudes. One way of promoting cultural trade is through technical communication. Thanks to today's technological advances, students around the world can use computers to see and talk to each other. Increased efforts to promote such relations should encourage and assist the government, various agencies and individuals in such a way to do so. One day, with the help of technology in education, people will learn that we are all part of the world community.