2021 World Best Education Systems

2021 World Best Education Systems – 3rd Quarter Rankings

Contrary to prior rankings, NJ MED’s 3rd Quarter 2021 rankings are dependent on which countries have done the greatest job of returning students to school.

The world is struggling to figure out what the future will bring. The nations of these countries have demonstrated that they are willing to be optimistic about a better future.

NJ MED is proud to announce the results of its 3rd Quarter:

1. Denmark

2. Sweden

3. Finland

4. Israel

5. Canada

6. United States

7. Austria

8. Singapore

9. United Kingdom

10. France

11. Netherlands

12. Japan

13. Germany

14. Ireland

15. Hungary

16. Slovenia

17. Iceland

18. Poland

19. Switzerland

20. Belgium

2021 World Best Education Systems – 2nd Quarter Rankings

The NJ MED’s 2nd Quarter Ranking of the World Top 20 Education System for 2021

The rankings for the 2nd quarter are based upon the results of our annual survey, which highlights areas for improvement in our education provided to students aged 3-21 in 214 countries.

These outcomes and rankings are available inside the annually published Global Education Report

1. India

2. United States

3. United Kingdom

4. Australia

5. Brazil

6. Russia

7. Canada

8. Singapore

9. Belgium

10. Ireland

11. China

12. South Korea

13. Spain

14. Japan

15. Germany

16. Switzerland

17. Sweden

18. Finland

19. Denmark

20. New Zealand

2021 World Best Education Systems – 1st Quarter Rankings

The NJ MED’s Predictions for the World Top 20 Education System for 2021

The rankings of the 1st Quarter provide a glimpse into the nation’s Education Systems. This includes:

* Early Childhood Enrollment Rates 3-4 year olds

Primary Completion is for children ranging from 6 to 11 years old

Lower Secondary Completion is for students aged 11-14 years olds.

The High School graduation rates are 14-18 year olds

* Graduation rates for colleges, 18 to 25 years old

Primary Test Scores of children ranging from 6 to 11 years old

Lower Secondary Test Results for 11 to 14 years old

* School Safety Levels for Children 3 to 25 year olds

* Children who are not in school. Ages 3-14 years old

* Adult Literacy levels for people aged 15 and above

In addition, every nation’s infrastructure is related to:

Students to Teacher Ratio

Admission to schools is free From the age of 3 to secondary

Here are the selections and results of the:

2021 First Quarter Rankings

1. Finland

2 Denmark

3. Germany

4. South Korea

5. Japan

6. Canada

7. Sweden

8. Hong Kong

9. Israel

10. Netherlands

11. Singapore

12. Ireland

13. Norway

14. Slovenia

15. France

16. Australia

17. Belgium

18. United Kingdom

19. Iceland

20. Hungary

2020 World Best Education Systems – Final Rankings

The Top 20 Project’s final Rankings of 201 nations’ education systems, top 20 countries with the highest education levels for 2020 SOURCES

World Top 20 Countries

1. Denmark

2. Finland

3. Japan

4. Canada

5. Sweden

6. Germany

7. Israel

8. Netherlands

9. Singapore

10. South Korea

11. United Kingdom

12. Ireland

13. Hungary

14. Australia

15. Iceland

16. Russia

17. Slovenia

18. France

19. Switzerland

20. New Zealand

These World Top 20 Project’s final rankings are based upon 10 levels of development:

The Early Childhood Program Rates for 3-4 year olds

* Primary Completion for children ranging from 6 to 11 years old

• Lower Secondary Completion for 11 – 14 year olds

The High School graduation rates are 14-18 year olds

* * College Graduation rates for 18 – 25 year olds

The Primary Test Results for children ranging from 6 to 11 years old

“Lower Secondary” Test Scores for 11 – 14 years old

* School Safety Levels for Children 3 to 25 year olds

* Children who are not in school. Ages 3-14 years old

Adult Illiteracy levels for people aged 15 and above

Early Childhood Enrollment

1. United Kingdom – 100

2. Denmark – 100

3. France – 100

4. Ireland – 100

5. Israel – 100

Primary Completion Rates

1. Nauru – 131

2. Nepal – 121

3. Grenada – 121

4. Saudi Arabia – 115

5. Dominica – 113

Secondary Completion Rates

1. Kazakhstan – 113

2. Saint Kitts and Nevis – 111

3. Sweden – 109

4. Seychelles – 108

5. Maldives – 108

High School Graduation Rate

1. South Korea – 95

2. Slovenia – 93

3. Greece – 93

4. New Zealand – 90

5. Israel – 90

College Graduation Rate

1. Australia – 77

2. Belgium – 74

3. Greece – 70

4. Latvia – 70

5. Lithuania – 70

Primary Levels

1. Singapore – 595

2. Hong Kong – 580

3. Russia – 571

4. Taiwan – 570

5. Finland – 552

Secondary Levels

1. Singapore – 584

2. South Korea – 560

3. Japan – 558

4. Hong Kong – 556

5. Taiwan – 555

Safe Schools

1. Finland – 15

2. Denmark – 15

3. Sweden – 15

4. Norway – 15

5. Taiwan – 15

Out of School Children

1. South Korea – 3

2. Serbia – 3

3. Finland – 10

4. NR

5. NR

Adult Illiteracy Levels

1. Finland – 0

2. Norway – 0

3. Estonia – 0

4. Poland – 0

5. Latvia – 0

What is the World Top 20 Education Poll?

The World Top 20 Education Poll gives annual rankings for the top 20 educational systems from 209 countries. The ranking of each country is based on five levels of education including early-childhood enrollment rates as well as Elementary Math, Science and Reading scores Middle School Math, Science and Reading scores and high school Graduation rates and college Graduation rates.

Each level is a way of ranking the top 20 nations by providing a country with 20 points for its first-place rank and 19 points for a second rank then on to one point for 20th rank. The information is used to calculate the country’s ranking using a statistical mean that is based on a total score from the five levels.

The data’s statistical information are gathered from six international organisations – for example, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) The United Nations’ Economic and Social Council (UNESOC), The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) The Trends of International Mathematical and Scientific Study (TIMSS) along with Progress in International Reading Study (PIRLS). Then , send the information to each country’s Ministry of Education Department to ensure that the information is correct.

Its World Top 20 Education Poll purpose is to act as a single entity to ensure that each child’s chance to achieve their maximum potential, through collaboration with nations to enhance their educational system. The poll’s founder is The New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJMED) group is also the programmers for the 100 Graduation Rate Program which works students who are the most difficult to reach that are at-risk minorities within the United States. The 100 Graduation Rate Program grew the graduation rate of high school by 49 percent in one of the U.S. most deprived and violent city, Camden, New Jersey between 1996 and 2006.

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