I hear that the following propositions are taken as read in green educational reform circles these days:
"The education system needs to be reformed to address the ecological crisis"
"The education system needs to be reformed to address climate change"
And a good thing too. These are not quite the same thing, but set that aside for the moment, although it will have to be addressed.
A more pertinent observation is to wonder how we are to shift from proposition to action to result, given that the only convincing end point has to be root 'n branch reform (or replacement) of the 2002 Education Act. This needs primary legislation and I hope everyone understands that. This will undoubtedly require a change of government.
Whether the next government will have any enthusiasm for this remains to be seen given all the other priorities it will have.