The World Top 20 Education Poll is an international project to monitor and rank over 200 nation’s education systems for student development for ages of 3 to 25.

The 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.

The World Top 20 Poll 2015 Second Quarter Global Education Report

This Quarter Report represents the public opinion results, from students, parents, teachers, educators, and tax-payers internationally. Their response is used to identify challenges countries are facing in improving their education systems.

In this year’s public opinion poll; 69% of the participants were students, 13% parents, 9% tax-payers (others), 5% teachers, and 4% educators.

Below are the poll’s overall results and a breakdown of the countries that participated in this year’s poll:

How Would You Improve Your Country’s Education System?

The Top 5 Overall Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Government Funding for Education
3. More Challenging Classes
4. No Standardized Testing
5. More Technology

The Top 5 Students Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Challenging Classes
3. No Standardized Testing
4. More Government Funding for Education
5. More Technology

The Top 5 Parents Results

1. Better Teachers
2. More Government Funding for Education
3. No Standardized Testing
4. Better School Leadership
5. More Technology

The Top 5 Tax-Payers Results

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

The Top 5 Teachers Results

1. More Government Funding for Education
2. No Standardized Testing
3. Better School Leadership
4. Smaller Classrooms
5. More Challenging Classes

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

 A Breakdown of the Countries Education Systems that participated, and the top results from students, parents and teachers.

 

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