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The Global Forum on the Future of Education and Skills 2030

The OECD Global Forum on the Future of Education and Skills 2030 is an international multi-stakeholders’ platform for educational stakeholder communities active in the area of curriculum design and implementation. It brings together policy makers, curriculum implementers (teachers, teacher educators), students, thought leaders and social partners to foster regular sharing of experiences and good practice, as well as mutual learning and convergence of views on the future of education and skills.

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Global Forum Events

3rd Global Forum on the Future of Education & Skills 2030

 

10-12 May 2021 Virtual workshop (Tallinn, Estonia)

The 3rd Global Forum, hosted by Estonia, focused on "Preparing for Post-Covid Education: Closing Equity Gaps through Personalised and Digital Curriculum".

 

Launch of the first two reports of the Curriculum Redesign series

 

25-26 November 2020  Virtual launches

The first two reports in the Curriculum Redesign series "Curriculum Overload: A Way Forward" and "What Students Learn Matters: Towards a 21st Century Curriculum" were launched on 25 and 26 November 2020.

 

2nd Global Forum on the Future of Education & Skills 2030 

 

  8-9 October 2020 Virtual workshop

The 2nd Global Forum focused on "How can we reduce the equity gap through curriculum adaptations at a time of crisis?".

 

1st Global Forum on the Future of Education & Skills 2030

 

19-20 May 2020 Virtual workshop

The 1st Global Forum focused on "Overcoming challenges in curriculum delivery during school closures and transition back to school".

 

Focus Group Meetings

Focus Group 1 meetings

The Global Forum's Focus Group 1 - representatives nominated by national governments - holds roundtable discussions to further explore project themes under Chatham House Rules.

Focus Group 2 meetings

The Global Forum's Focus Group 2 - curriculum implementers (teachers, school leaders, teacher educators) as well as thought leaders and social partners - meets to further explore project themes and contribute to project activities.

Focus Group 3 meetings

The Global Forum's Focus Group 3 - students - meets to further explore project themes and contribute to project activities.