There is considerable need for national and international curricula to reflect on the changes that are taking place in the world in and outside education institutions. Many educationalist are now asking themselves what quality curriculum in a technological era should look like, and reflect on the challenges and ways of achieving the necessary changes in education in order for such a curriculum to be realized. This requires rigorous deliberations and discussions in an organized manner to align curriculum and related processes for learning in the technological era. Thus a need to organize an international conference on curriculum in which participants could understand the impact of the mismatch between curriculum and its related learning aspect on the quality of education and be able to explore the potential technology and innovations to enhance curriculum development, implementation, teacher education, assessment and evaluation. The conference will bring together curriculum developers and implementers, education administrators and partners, trainers of teachers and other stakeholders to discuss the challenges and find solutions to mitigate the challenges of the 21st century. Quality education is at the centre of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals that requires education practitioners to meet, dialogue and come out with strategies to mitigate these challenges in a holistic way. The discussions are hoped to make recommendations on how Africa can make progress towards holistic hybrid modes of education. This will require many countries to re-design their national curricula in order to prepare young people to go through the technological era smoothly.