Which Countries Have The Best Education?

September 18, 2019 0 By Ronny Jaskolski


which countries have the best education
your child’s education is one of the most important aspects of their lives
here in North America if you could you would send them to one of those
continents top private schools but should you even stay on this continent
in this video we’re going to look at the education systems from all around the
globe and answer the question where in the world should you send your kids for
school how about yourself though do you want to learn a thing or two then
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but enough about you we need to focus on the kids learning so where should you
put your child in terms of education if you can afford it consider sending them
to one of the following countries we’ve got a big report on the number-one
country so make sure you stay tuned throughout the whole video first let’s
go through a couple places where the education system is good Japan
Barbados Estonia and Ireland decent school systems but not good enough for
you to uproot your whole family for that being said without further ado here are
some of the best countries for your child’s education number six
Qatar you might be surprised by this entry but apparently it’s true according
to a 2012 BBC report this oil-rich country was becoming one of the most
significant players in the fields of Education innovation supporting a raft
of projects from grassroots basic literacy through the high end university
research in fact the country has been going through a lot of education reform
in the last couple of years they’re investing in education with their new
vision 2030 program in fact the independent reports that
government-funded schools offer free education but
only two Qatari citizens and most foreign nationals tend to send their
children to private schools that’s awesome hooray but it’s still the
biggest polluter in the whole world at least per capita boo number five the
Netherlands if you’re looking for your kid to have a nice relaxing learning
experience then consider sending them to the Netherlands for their studies first
off there are small number of private schools and their students are still
some of the smartest in the world which shows how seriously they take public
education the other schools are divided between public neutral state sponsored
schools and some other faith-driven places a 2013 UNICEF study found that
Dutch children were found to be the happiest in the world in fact in terms
of well-being they are the best in the world this is partially because they
don’t give homework until the secondary level and students report to have little
pressure or stress it sounds like pretty freakin relaxing
no homework you’re happy you get to smell the tulips what’s not to like number four Singapore this Asian island
has some of the best students in the world they score very highly on their
paisa program for international student assessment tests which would obviously
mean the kids in the country are pretty darn smart the paisa for those who don’t
know is a measurement of how well students from different countries
perform sounds like a great environment to foster a child’s learning right wrong
Singapore is like the opposite of the Netherlands Keerthana que resident of
the country called it a very restrictive environment and the whole system has a
reputation for putting a lot of pressure on kids to succeed if you want your kids
to just get smart without caring about their mental health then Singapore might
be for you if not then maybe try one of the following three countries number three Belgium this European
country famous for their waffles and chocolate should also be famous for its
places of learning according to the independent Belgium has four different
levels of secondary schools namely generally secondary schools technical
secondary schools vocational secondary education schools and art secondary
education institutes that means that no matter what your child’s interests are
or what they plan to do in the future Belgium as a school for them also the
people in the US who organize exchange programs with Belgium and Luxembourg the
Fulbright Commission had this to say about the school system in the country
education enjoys high priority and the largest share of the regional
government’s annual budget in Belgium complete systems of public and private
schools are available to all children between the ages of 4 and 18 at little
or no cost number 2 Switzerland the Nordic country is a pretty great place
to send your kids to school the country is beautiful the people are accepting in
their government is pretty stable plus their education system is top-notch
for starters only 5% of children go to private schools which is a testament to
their public education you’ll learn all sorts of different languages depending
on the region in this place including German French or Italian best of all
students are separated by ability from secondary onwards which means their
education will be more tailored to their ability number 1 Finland
many parents will research multiple schools to make sure their child gets
the best education possible while many schools vary in quality one tiny nation
has created an innovative system that has consistently successful results
Finland has ranked as one of the high performing developed countries on the
program for International Student Assessment paisa for many years in a row
and many believe the Nordic country to have one of the best education systems
in the world there are multiple procedural standards and policies that
separate Finnish schools from the rest of the world which work as the secret to
their education systems success here are 12 reasons you’ll want to enroll your
child in a Finnish school number one more than just education is free
considering that more than 12 percent of Finland’s total budget is allotted for
education the nation’s system provides lunches for pupils school supplies and
even special buses if a student lives more than two kilometres away from
school all for free number two they let kids be kids
students don’t start formal schooling in Finland until the age of seven the
education system sees this importance of allowing kids to learn through playing
and exploring until they are actually developmentally ready to learn InFocus number three students choose their own
paths students in Finland’s first years followed by nine years of compulsory
school however after ninth grade education is
optional and students are given a choice of three tracks to follow upper
secondary school University prep oriented vocational education career
oriented program or entering the workforce number four no bad teachers
primary education is the most competitive degree in Finland and is
considered a prestigious profession it’s a highly sought after job to teach in
Finland which guarantees only the top educators number five no standardized
testing Finnish students have routinely achieved top scores on international
math and reading tests but their educational system doesn’t actually
include standardized testing outside of one at the end of the senior year in
high school this allows teachers flexibility in how they structure their
lessons and get their students to focus on the given subject being more
interested in human aspects rather than statistics number six less homework and
more participation Finnish students acquire less than half an hour of
homework each night and have the least amount in the world the benefit of this
is that educators ensure students work diligently during class time so they can
spend more time with family while at home number seven students are taught
valuable life skills Finnish schools go beyond the traditional curriculum and
teach students valuable skills that will be needed in the future such as how to
use technology interactive skills entrepreneurship and critical thinking
Finland’s education system puts an emphasis on understanding rather than
memorizing number eight more playtime finish Elementary students get around 75
minutes of recess per day and spend less than 300 hours per year in the class the
belief behind this is that kids naturally have a lot of energy and when
they have more opportunity to play they will be more focused during class number
nine everyone has an equal chance Finland school system is based on
equality to ensure that everyone has the ability to develop their individual
potential there are no elite schools as every institution works the same and
students attend the nearest school to them regardless of a person’s gender
background or social welfare status every Finnish students has an equal
opportunity to thrive number 10 fewer students
considering Finland has a population of only 5.5 million people a teacher will
only have three to four classes of 20 students a day which is significantly
less than the most teachers in the United States this allows students to
get more individual attention and ensures no one slips through the cracks number 11 more depth rather than more
topics less is more for the Finnish education system students aren’t forced
to cram a bunch of knowledge in a short amount of time instead Finnish teachers
take their time with one topic looking deeper into it and look at it from
different angles number 12 students spend much more time with teachers
elementary schools students in Finland will often have the same teacher for up
to six years of their education instead of being passed on to new educators
annually teachers are able to truly understand the individual and structural
needs of their pupils and that ends our list did you decide where you want to
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