World Best Education Systems

 2017 World’s Top 20 Education Poll Rankings Predictions

The World Top 20 Poll will use five new indicators to make its projections for, which country’s education systems will finish as the 20 best in 2017.
These indicators are:
The Number of Primary Age Students Out of School: 5 to 14.
The Number of Secondary Age Students Out of School: 15 to 18
The Number of Students that Complete Primary School: 5 to 14
The Teacher to Student Ratio for Primary School: 5 to 14
The Teacher to Student Ratio for Secondary School: 15 to 18
Here are the Results:

1. Finland – 114
2  Japan – 104
3. South Korea – 101
4. Denmark  – 94
5. Russia – 91
6. Norway – 82
7. UK  –  78
8. Israel –  77
9. Sweden –  75
10. Hong Kong –  70
11. Netherlands  – 67
12. Belgium  – 65
13. Germany  – 63
14. China – 62
15. Singapore – 57
16. Portugal – 54
17. Hungary  – 52
18. Estonia  – 50
19. France  – 50
20. USA  – 47

Last Year’s Individual Top 5 Level Results 

Early Childhood Enrollment Rates

1. France – 100% 
2. Israel – 98 
3. Belgium – 98
4. Spain – 96
5. Denmark – 96

4th Graders Test (Reading, Math, Science) Levels

1. Singapore – 597 
2. South Korea – 595 
3. Japan – 573
4. Hong Kong  – 569
5. China – 568

8th Graders Test (Reading, Math, Science) Levels

1. Singapore – 603 
2. South Korea – 574 
3. China – 573
4. Japan – 572
5. Taiwan – 564

High School Graduation Rates

1. Japan – 97%  
2. Finland – 97 
3. Portugal – 97
4. South Korea – 95
5. Netherlands – 95

College Graduation Rates

1. South Korea – 69% 
2. Japan – 60 
3. Canada – 59
4. Russia – 58
5. Ireland – 52

The World Top 20 Education Poll 2016 Final Rankings

The World Top 20 Project’s 4th Annual Ranking of the World’s Best Education System for student’s 3 to 25.
This year’s winner for the third year in a row is South Korea.

South Korea Number 1 Again 2016

1. South Korea
2. Japan
3. Russia
4. Singapore
5. Finland
6. UK
7. USA
8. Denmark
9. China
10. Netherlands
11. Israel
12.. Canada
13. Germany
14. Hong Kong
15. Ireland
16. Norway
17. Slovenia
18. Sweden
19. France
20. Hungary

The World Top 20 Education Poll 2015 Final Rankings

World Top 20 Education Poll’s 2015 Final Ranking. 

South Korea Number 1 in 2015

 

What is the World Top 20 Education Poll?

The World Top 20 Education Poll  provides annual international rankings of the top 20 education systems out of 209 nations. Each country’s ranking is based on five educational levels: early-childhood enrollment rates, Elementary Math, Science and Reading scores, Middle-School Math, Science and Reading scores, High School Graduation rates, and College Graduation rates.
Each level consists of ranking the top 20 countries by giving a country 20 points for a first place rank, 19 for a second place rank, and so on down to 1 point for a twenty rank. The data is then used to produce the nation’s ranking from a statistical average based on a combined score from all 5 levels.
The poll’s statistical data is compiled from 6 international organizations – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council (UNESOC), The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) and Progress in International Reading Study (PIRLS). Then send to each countries Ministry of Education Department to assure the data is accurate.
The World Top 20 Education Poll mission is to serve as a single body to oversee every child is afforded the opportunity to reach their full potential; by working with nations to strengthen their education system. The poll’s creator, the New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJMED) organization, is also the programmer for the 100% Graduation Rate Program, which works with hardest to reach student population, at-risk minority males, in the United States. The 100% Graduation Rate Program raised high school graduation’s by 49% in one of the U.S. poorest and most violence cities, Camden, New Jersey, from 1996 to 2006.