OECD Education Policy Forum - Investing in Skills for the 21st Century

 

Co-Chair's Summary

 

 

OECD Education Policy Forum
Investing in Skills for the 21st Century

Archived webcast

 

 

 

This public event offers a timely opportunity for high level policy makers, researchers, businesspeople, trade union leaders, analysts and practitioners to meet and map the road ahead.

The OECD Education Policy Forum will be held in conjunction with the 2010 OECD Education Ministerial meeting  (4-5 November 2010) and the results shared with ministers of education from around the world.

 

 

 

Bookmark this page: www.oecd.org/education/ministerial/forum

 

 

 

Co-chairs

 

 

      

New Zealand                       
Co-Chair
The Honourable Anne Tolley 
Minister of Education

 

 

      

Mexico
Co-Chair
Mr. Alonso Lujambio
Secretary of Public Education

 

Speakers

 

 

Charles Leadbeater
Charles Leadbeater is one of the world’s leading innovative thinkers on the future of education, in the developed and the developing world, His two bestsellers are Living on Thin Air and We Think: the power of mass collaboration and his latest report on disruptive innovation in education is called Learning from the Extremes.

 

H. E. Shuyun Shi
Ambassador Shi heads the Permanent Delegation of the People's Republic of China to UNESCO

 

 

Frank Vandenbroucke
Frank Vandenbroucke is currently a Member of the Belgian Senate and former Flemish Minister for Work, Education and Training (2004–2009).

 

Attilio Oliva
Attilio Oliva is the Chair of the BIAC Education Committee and former CEO and Executive Vice-President of LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome) 

 

 

Bruce Friend
Bruce Friend  is Director of SAS Curriculum Pathways and former vice president of the North American Council for Online Learning.

Robert Harris
Robert Harris is the Chair of the TUAC Working Group on Education, Training and Employment Policy, and co-founder of Education International.

Bert Clough
Bert Clough is Research and Strategy Manager of Unionlearn, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) learning and skills organisation, U.K.

 

Holly Strang
Holly Strang is a 17 year-old high school student from Alberta, Canada.  She is a member of the Government of Alberta’s Student Advisory Council to the Minister of Education and serves on the Alberta Government’s Youth Committee on the Prevention of Bullying.

 

 

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