Schools2030 will host its inaugural Schools2030 Global Forum to bring together a cross-section of educational leaders from global, national, and local educational ecosystems to collectively explore three key topics and accompanying questions over three days:
Day 1: The Future of Assessment and Evidence in Education: How might we better measure holistic quality learning outcomes across Schools, Systems and Societies?
Day 2: The Future of Design and Innovation in Education: How might we better catalyse inclusive quality learning experiences across Schools, Systems, and Societies?
Day 3: The Future of Policy and Practice in Education: How might we better collaborate to advance equitable quality learning journeys across Schools, Systems and Societies?
Beginning with Tanzania, Schools2030 looks forward to creating a new, annual global pulse about how best to link schools, systems and societies for the future of learning in policy, research and practice. To do so, we intend to bring approximately 200 delegates from more than 25 countries, to engage in critical dialogue with one another – intentionally inviting a range of experts with various expertise and perspectives from key educational constituencies including, but not limited to: Youth, Teachers, School Networks, Government Leaders, Education System Leaders, Funders, Researchers, and Civil Society.
In short, Schools2030’s Global Forum seeks to generate new insights, partnerships, and action steps about how best schools, systems and societies can work better together to achieve SDG4 by 2030.