OECD Education 2030

Learning Framework 2030


OECD Education 2030 aims to build a common understanding of the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to shape the future towards 2030. The Learning Framework for 2030 defines:

A clearer vision and set of goals for education systems  

The framework challenges stakeholders to think ahead and foster innovative learning environments that focus on inclusive student growth and facilitate changes in both education systems and the larger ecosystem.


A common language for countries, schools, teachers, and other stakeholders

A shared language can facilitate comparison across a wide range of instructional systems through which every stakeholder can communicate effectively, and learn about and compare best practices.




The common vision and understanding of "learning for 2030" draws on research that has been carefully reviewed, tested, and validated by various stakeholders for global relevance as well as policy and practical implications. 


The Learning Framework for 2030 supports a global movement for accelerating education towards a better future through an iterative co-creation and co-development process involving multiple stakeholders.


Read more about the Learning Framework for 2030 in our latest position paper.   


Phase 1 (2015-2018)


Phase 2 (2019 and beyond)

  • Co-create a conceptual Learning Framework for 2030 with all stakeholders

  • Conduct an International Curriculum Analysis

  • Build common ground on the principles and instructional designs that can effectively implement intended curricula

  • Explore the types of competencies and profiles of teachers who can support all students to achieve desired outcomes for their future success


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