The Forum for World Education (FWE) is a non-profit world organization with its headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts and with operations in major cities throughout the world. Its mission is “to transform education in answer to the skills and knowledge requirements of current and future global society, its economic growth, societal progress and sustainability.”
FWE aims to provide an inclusive setting for business and thought leaders to engage in an ambitious and far-reaching conversation about the future of education, the workforce, and play a catalytic role in transforming education systems to better equip the new generation with the knowledge, skills and mindset for a challenging and rapidly changing world.
To transform education in answer to the skills and knowledge requirements of current and future global society, its economic growth, societal progress and sustainability.
FWE is apolitical, operating with neutrality while serving as an activator for change, providing a unique platform for elevating the dialogue and cooperative activity of business leaders with policy makers and researchers in transforming education for the benefit of the individual and society.
The governance structure of FWE includes:
Business Leaders, Policymakers, and Academics
The Steering Committee implements the mission of the Board of Trustees and reports to them directly. They also oversee and approve of the budget for the forum.
The Management Board implements the forum’s budget and report directly to the Steering Committee. They also manage the annual forum and activities.
The Executive Committee plans the annual forum and activities.