Schools2030 Global Forums

Bringing together education system leaders from across the world to improve the links between school-level innovation and system-wide change

Each year in June, Schools2030 invites more than 200 delegates with various expertise and perspectives from over 30 countries to engage in critical dialogue with one another.

These include stakeholders from across key educational constituencies including, but not limited to: Youth, Teachers, School Networks, Government Leaders, Education System Leaders, Funders, Researchers, and Civil Society.

Teacher Leadership for Climate Resilience: How to Transform Learning through School and System Pathways for the Future of the Planet

Kyrgyz Republic 2024

How might we foster more inclusive schools and pluralistic learning societies for all by 2030?

Portugal 2023

Reimagining the Role(s) of Schools, Systems and Societies for the Future of Learning

Tanzania 2022

The Schools2030 Global Forums form one part of the important third step (‘Showcase’) of the three-step model and aim to create an annual global pulse about how best to link schools, systems and societies for the future of learning in policy, research and practice. It is one of the only events in the global education calendar that works to ensure that an important constituents – teachers – are represented at these important discussions. Hosted by a different Schools2030 programme country each year, the Schools2030 Global Forums seek to generate new insights, partnerships, and action steps about how best schools, systems and societies can work better together to achieve SDG4 by 2030.