Learning has traditionally been done in schools and other educational institutions. This has clearly proved its value, but that is not where the development of learning stops. An emerging practice for the future of education is that learning takes place in learning ecosystems. Traditional educational institutions can play an essential role in such learning ecosystems, but there is more than school. In this publication, Global Education Futures, in cooperation with SKOLKOVO Moscow School of Management, shows several relevant case studies that reflect emerging approaches to the co-development of learning ecosystems from around the world, inspired and influenced by the fields of biology, ecology, social movements, technology, cosmology, design, innovation, systems leadership and more.