In fact, education is valuable and high importance both as a form of consumption and a form of investment for economic development. To see at education as a form of consumption results in assigning it low priority in allocation of resources. The 20th century gave the lessons that education abbeted by efficient, trusted and honest government comes first. The fact says that education have a multi-dimensional effect as a form of development investment.Knowledge, science or technology being the intrinsic components of education which is emerging to be an integral part of the economic system of developed economies. The major developed countries nowadays, such as USA, Japan, Russia, China and other emerging economies owe a great deal to the high levels of education and skills. The key and vital resource of growth is human capital, which is taking advantage of the revolution, in the wake of the efficient and fast technology of communication, accelerating the process of production manifold and raising the quantity of global trade beyond expectations. Due to the reason is that 50% of the GDP in the many developed countries is now based on the production and distribution of knowledge.It should be realized that it is the accumulation of knowledge, which is contributes to sustained economic growth. Information and knowledge could be shared and actually grow through application unlike the other resources that deplated when used. So, we can indicate that education is a vital and important issue for the developing growth. Without education, developing growth is just a big dream because human capital that be the main goal have a vital role on the developing economic. But, developing country like Indonesia has a problem because of a well-educated human capital like brain drain.