Six of the World’s Most Educated Countries

Education is one of the basic rights that remain to be among the pressing problems in many parts of the world. Many nations still lag behind when it comes to providing accessible learning environment and facilities to their people for varied reasons. But there are countries that boast of the best education system. Here are some of the world’s most educated countries according to the World Economic Forum.

1. Singapore
singapore
Highlights: Singapore is renowned for having one of the best education systems in the world. It is also known for its high PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) scores. The school system in the city-state likewise boasts of top notch abilities in Math and Science.

2. Finland
Jyväskylä University Library
Highlights: Finland’s approach to education may be unorthodox for outsiders. But their education system has been highly-acclaimed over the years. Children start formal schooling much later than their peers from other countries. Teacher development is given high priority. And students rarely take standardized tests.

3. Netherlands
Library_Delft University of Technology
Highlights: A significant number of Dutch people have a university degree. The country maintains high standards in its educational system. Schools are expected to meet quality assurance standards. The country also puts a premium on developing teaching methods that would further enhance the quality of education at all levels.

4. Switzerland
ETH Zurich
Highlights: Compulsory education for children and young people. The country puts premium on developing the intellectual potential of its people. A huge number of its population has completed at least secondary education.

5. Belgium
University of Antwerp
Highlights: Teacher development and the high salaries afforded to them are among the reasons why Belgium has one of the best education systems in the world. The country likewise has one of the biggest spending on education compared to other OECD countries.

6. Denmark
Copenhagen Business School
Highlights: Denmark spends a considerable amount of money for education. Education is compulsory for children up to a certain age.