Approaching the private life from an educational perspective constitutes a challenging route through the modern science. Following the exciting route, connections have been created between education and multiple dimensions of privacy. Thus, a “new education” has emerged in the current landscape of pedagogy: education for private life. Its psycho-pedagogical substantiation constitutes a constant challenge for the educational actors. This book initiates the dynamic process of conceptualizing the “new education” as a response to contemporary world issues which affect the private life. The message of education for privacy is the one of a pedagogy for autonomy and personal development. The new education could be a possible way to discourage irresponsible individualism and encouraging the responsible one. This book is published with the financial support provided by the Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation (Grant TD 215, No. 450, 2007-2009, “Epistemic Foundations and Practical Dimensions of the Education for Private Life”).