Views on the futures of education from around the world

The Futures of Education initiative is sparking conversations on how knowledge and learning can shape the future of humanity and the planet. How should education be re-thought in the light of the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century? UNESCO has received views from around the world and we invite you to submit your own ideas as well.  These written contributions are shared with the International Commission on the Futures of Education and will help to shape the upcoming global report (to be released in late 2021).  Take a moment to examine the written submissions yourself – find inspiration, be challenged, and join the global discussion on the futures of education!

What is the major, key issue for the futures of education?

The opinions expressed here are those of the authors. These are not necessarily those of UNESCO and do not commit the Organization.

Michal Matúšov, Slovakia
« When high quality bidirectional brain-computer interfaces (BCI) will become wildly commercially av ... »
Saif Amer, Palestine
« We should focus on better subjects. Schools are still teaching the same subjects from the industri ... »
Anonymous, Lithuania
« In my opinion, the way students' knowledge is evaluated is flawed. Students are taught how to ... »
Anonymous, Czech Republic
« QUALITY. The quality of teachers that teach and develop young minds. Most of the countries pay lit ... »
Nomin Batsuuri, Czech Republic
« It's the education system itself that is failing the future generetion. The education system ... »
Vojtech Vesely, Czech Republic
« The technological change during the last 50 years is unprecedented and unbelievable. All this tech ... »


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