Education has and always will be important for anyone seeking a fulfilling life. As soon as you stop learning, you stop making progress, miss out on opportunities and become stuck on your preconceptions and ignorance. Education is more than means to professional success; it's key to your development as a human being.
That said, I'm assuming you're talking about formal education. That's a somewhat contentious topic with lots of good arguments in favor of and against the value of formal education, but really, it depends on your situation. In some countries, pursuing further education means potentially putting yourself into debt for the sake of uncertain job prospects. In others, you can get quality education completely for free (well, it's technically taken from taxes, but still). It also depends on your particular goals and what stage you are in your life or career.
It's true the internet has democratized the access to information to an unprecedented level. You can learn a wide variety of trades without leaving your home or even paying a single penny. Does that mean formal education is outdated? Not necessarily, as some jobs and employees still require degrees for some reason or another. Maybe there are even good reasons: self-taught learners often have some gaps in their knowledge, especially when it comes to core, foundational knowledge that's not super practical, but becomes important later on. So you might still need to pursue a formal education later on if you want to progress in your career.
All in all, it's not a simple matter, and everyone's case is different. Don't immediately dismiss formal education, but realize that you have plenty of options outside of that as well.