London’s basic education system in a country is an important aspect in shaping a country. So, which countries have the basic education system the best in the world? This can be answered from a report issued by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The composition of the ranking of countries in this report is based on 12 pillars of competitiveness which covers macro-economic, infrastructure, health, labor market efficiency, and basic education such as citing The Independent, Tuesday (11/29/2016).
Based on data from the report Global Competitiveness Report, this is the 11th country that has the best education system in the world.
This one country often ranked at the top in education. Children in Finland to school with happy because they do not never burdened schoolwork. There is a mandatory testing of school at the age of 16 years.
Only about five percent of students in Switzerland who attend private school the rest of the country. Regarding the language used is different in each school depending on its location. So could the use of German, French or Italian.
System of public and private education available to all children aged four to 18 years in Belgium. Costs incurred for the schools were not many, even some that do not spend. Yes, education funding spent by the Belgian government is high.
Singapore scores very high in the test PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment). This is a test aimed at measuring and comparing the performance of students across the country.
2013 UNICEF statistics reveal the Dutch children is one of the happiest in the world. How not, the school never give homework. So while studying, children are not stressed and depressed.
Most schools in the Netherlands belong to the government and only a few are private.
Countries rich in oil due to this being one of the countries that have the most significant innovation of basic education and supporting research in higher education, such as the BBC reports.
The government offers free education for citizens of Qatar. Massive investment in the education of children in Qatar towards an independent state in 2030.
The majority of secondary schools in Ireland owned and managed by the state. But there are also vocational schools. In a recent report, there is a 15 percent reduction in education funding when the financial crisis struck. But the quality of education they remain the best.
8. Estonia, Europe
Estonia allocates four percent of state revenues for education. The aim of education in this country is to create favorable conditions for the development of personality, family and nation.
In the education system, the schools teach Estonian national values, love of nature, and culture. In addition, the school also instill a tradition of lifelong learning.
9. New Zealand
Primary and secondary education in New Zealand runs from age five to 19 years. With compulsory schooling from six to 16 years.
10. Barbados, Caribbean
An island nation located on the border of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean also has a good basic education system. The state government has invested state budget high enough on education. No wonder covers 98 percent literacy rate.
Education at the primary level from the age of four to 11 years, then resumed again at the age of 11-18 years. Most schools are run by the government.
Japan is one country that has the performance of literacy, scientific and mathematical worlds best. The state education system is similar to those in Indonesia. The students underwent six years of elementary school and three years in junior high school and three years of high school before going on to higher education.