The 2016 Second Quarter World Top 20 Project’s Global Education Report. Identifies areas of needs to improve the quality of education for students 3 to 21.

An international survey of students, parents, teachers, educators and tax-payers, was used to gather the information. The survey was held from May to June, the survey results are:

The survey’s Overall Results show:

Better Teachers – 19%
More Government Funding for Education – 15%
More Technology – 13%
More After-School Program – 10%
No Standardized Testing – 10%
More Challenging Class Work – 7%
Smaller Classrooms – 7%
Better School Leadership – 6%
More Cultural Activities for the Classroom – 4%
More Community Involvement in School – 4%
More Parent Involvement in Schools – 3%
Safer Schools – 2%

The Top 5 Students Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Technology
3. More After-School Program
4. No Standardized Testing
5. More Challenging Class Work

The Top 5 Parents Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Government Funding for Education
3. More After-School Program
4. More Technology
5. Better School Leadership

The Top 5 Tax-Payers Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Government Funding for Education
3. More Technology
4. More After-School Program
5. Better School Leadership

The Top 5 Teachers Results

1. More Government Funding for Education
2. No Standardized Testing
3. More Technology
4. More After-School Program
5. More Community Involvement in School

The Top 5 Educators Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Government Funding for Education
3. Better School Leadership
4. More Challenging Classes
5. More Technology

World Top 20 Poll 2016’s 2nd Quarter Rankings

View The Complete Global Education Report 2016

What is the World Top 20 Project?

The World Top 20 Project’s mission is to ensure every child on the planet has an opportunity to reach their full potential, with access to quality education in a safe and nurturing environment.

By monitoring and ranking over 200 nation’s education systems for student development for ages of 3 to 25.
To address the challenges the World Top 20 Project gathers data and develop support services in four major global areas:

Girls Out of School

Teachers and Schools for Rural Areas

Refugee Children

Education for Disable Children

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