Last week the OECD analytical centre published an official rating regarding the quality of school education worldwide.
What is interesting about the results, is that all the countries with the highest ratings are held only by Asian regions: Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan. OECD analysts reported that the estimated level of student teaching in Europe is much lower today, than it is in Asia.
The highest position of globally ranked school education as per the OECD, among the European countries, were awarded to France, Switzerland and Estonia.
OECD experts claim that a key objective of this research is to determine the correlation of wellbeing and economic growth of the country with the quality of education in public schools.