Futures of Education
30. januar 2020
The ambition of this initiative seeks to generate an agenda for global debate and action on the futures of education in a world of increasing complexity, uncertainty, and precarity. The International Commission on the Futures of Education, appointed by the UNESCO Director-General Ms Audrey Azoulay, is chaired by H.E. Ms Sahle-Work Zewde, President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. The Commission’s first meeting will take place in Paris on 28-29 January 2020 and its work will lead to a flagship publication scheduled for release at the 41st session of the UNESCO General Conference in late 2021.
The success of the initiative also rests on a broad, open consultation and engagement process that involves youth, educators, civil society, governments, business leaders and many other stakeholders.
We count on your support to share widely and promote a set of online engagement channels that have been developed and are available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish:
- Top 3 Challenges and Purposes of Education.
ASPnet teachers and students are invited to take a 2-minute online survey to provide views on the top three development challenges ahead and the top three ways education can meet them.
- Vision of Education in 2050 – Submission of artwork.
ASPnet teachers and students are invited to share their original creative, artistic visions of what education might look like in 2050.
- View on the Futures of Education - Written contributions
ASPnet teachers and students are invited to express their thoughts on what they see as the one major issue for the futures of education (max 1000 words).
Thank you in advance for your engagement. We look forward to receiving ideas from you and your ASPnet members.
Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests.