Without, understanding how the two work together, and developing solutions, the concept of educating every child is undoable.
— Educate Every Child on the Planet
Unlike traditional educational ranking system polls. NJ MED also uses their global rankings has an indicator of a nation’s economic growth potential, as it relates to developing a healthy workforce for sustaining its education system for children, according to Mr. Albert Mitchell, the Executive Director of NJ MED.
The United Kingdom was selected to win this year’s poll, by two-points over Japan, and ten-points over last year’s winner South Korea. The results were based on a nation’s last year’s ranking in three global poll ranking systems - US News, MBC Times, and NJ MED - that measured academic standards, international performances on test scores, and surveys from students.
Mr. Mitchell added, “Our annual monitoring (in four-quarters) of nation’s economic and social capacities, makes these rankings more relevant, then a tribute to current education standards. Nation’s like India, Greece, and third world countries with weak trade agreements will always face immeasurable odds in educating their children.”