A comet might not be heading for Earth, but we should prepare education systems for unknown future shocks – our new report helps do just that
By thinking to the future, we can anticipate challenges, foster innovation and stress test ideas. 2020 and the coronavirus crisis has shown how important that is.
Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands reflects on the effect coronavirus has had on us all as learners, and what the future of education might look like.
The OECD Learning Compass 2030 puts forth a shared vision of what students should learn to be ready for tomorrow, and a shared language with which to discuss it.
The newest edition of Trends Shaping Education examines major economic, political, social and technological trends affecting the future of education, from early childhood through to lifelong learning.