It can be said that to implement these activities in the community is formed a system of educational institutions: secondary schools, colleges, technical schools, colleges, academies and universities. According to Tulsa Tiwari (2009), educational programs, which are used in these educational institutions are standardized and interconnected, which determines the unification of education. In traditional society, education in schools was not available to general population. Basically, educated were only religious leaders, priests etc. For most members of the public process, education was limited to spontaneous learn from social experience and professional skills of the older generations. However, the process of industrializations has spurred the need for educational institutions. Consequently, gradually education in its current form began to appear, involving the transfer of knowledge by professional educators, in specially constructed buildings on the special education programs. As a result, today the training process is dominated by an abstract disciplines, as members of modern society should not have only basic skills (reading, writing, counting), but also have knowledge about surrounding physical world, about society, its economic activity and so on. Also, in modern society is extremely important the students’ ability to self-education, that creates new and sometimes very specific forms of knowledge.