I would propose that research is done on success, and how to enhance the educational experience that would help develop a well rounded individual to succeed in any culture of choice. Are our children prepared to exercise their freedom of choice? I do not think that they are, and I believe that there must be some sort of effort in our schools, and homes to expose them to many other cultures instead of forcing one on them and calling that the only means of success.
Success has to be looked at from all aspects of a culture from education, to economical situations, to social status, amongst other things of value in that culture. The perspective of the family that the child is raised in plays a factor in whether the child is encouraged to reach a higher level of success in their own culture or given a fair opportunity to extend beyond that cultural barrier. With the proposed research efforts in request of a more expansive cultural experience for children in their learning environments is a fair way to discover universal success for the generation of the future.