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Education systems in the world


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This presentation briefly describes about the education systems on different countries of the world, what policies they follow for best results and their rankings.

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Education systems in the world

  1. 1. Navneet shally 14111022 EDUCATION SYSTEMS IN THE WORLD
  2. 2. Content  Global Education Report  Rankings  How are schools organised  The learning environment  Main driver of variation  Finland’s Education System  Conclusion
  3. 3. OECD’s PISA(Programme for International Student Assessment)  Regularly and directly compare the quality of educational outcomes  15-year-olds’ performance  After every 3 years  Reading, math and science skills Global Education Report Source:
  4. 4. Source: PISA 2012 Results
  5. 5. R a n k i n g s
  6. 6. HowareschoolsOrganised?
  7. 7. Selecting and grouping students Differentiation Vertical Horizontal System School Source: OECD’s PISA
  8. 8. Governance of schools  School autonomy  School choice Source: OECD’s PISA
  9. 9. Resources invested in Education Time Resources  Early childhood education (72%) “Many of the inequalities that exist within school systems are already present when students enter formal schooling and persist as students progress through the school system “(et. Al.Alex ander and olson, 1997)  Extra curricular activities They can improve students’ non-cognitive skills .Skills such as task persistence, independence , following instructions, working well within groups, dealing with authority figures and fitting in wi th peers are, in turn, related to students’ success in school - and beyond (et. Al.farkas, 2003; ca rneiro and heckman, 2005; covay and carbonaro, 2009). Source: OECD’s PISA
  10. 10. Resources invested in Education Material Resources Source: OECD’s PISA
  11. 11. TheLearningEnvironment
  12. 12. Teacher-Student Relation Students learn more and have fewer disciplinary problems when they feel that their teachers are devoted to their academic success (et. al.Gamorn, 1993) and when they have good working relations with their teachers (et al. Crosnoe , Johnson and Elder, 2004 66% Source: OECD’s PISA
  13. 13. How teachers stimulate students’ engagement with reading  In Hungary, the United States and Turkey>70%  In Mexico, Greece, Korea and Norway<50%  Average-60% If teachers gave them enough time to think about their answers Source: OECD’s PISA
  14. 14. Resources invested in Education Human Resources  Teacher shortages and salaries “Teachers are widely believed to be the most essential resource for learning” (et. Al.Greenwald, hedges and laine, 1996)  Class size (24.6 ) “A weak relationship between class size and student performance”(et. al. ehrenberg 2001; Piket ty, 2006) Source: OECD’s PISA
  15. 15. Student related factors affecting school climate Source: OECD’s PISA
  16. 16. Main Driver of variation Teacher Quality Source : Sanders and rivers
  17. 17. Finland’s Education System Some Facts  Short school days  Fills the rest of the day with school-sponsored educational activities  Teachers in Finland also go through some of the best education in the world  Students get plenty of teacher interaction  Only standardized test at 16 years old Source:
  18. 18. Conclusion  Setting standards and showing students how to meet them matters  Autonomy matters when combined with accountability  How resources are allocated in schools matters more than overall spending  The school climate and teacher-student relations matter