Vietnam ranked 12th in global education ranking, above the US, Australia!

Vietnam has surpassed lost of big education centers like the US, France, Australia to rank 12th in global education ranking of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The ranking was based on test scores in math and science among 76 countries with a same standard for all developed and developing countries.
The rankings were compiled based on research conducted by the OECD, academics in the US and tests run in Latin America.
And analysis of 40 years of data in the OECD study has highlighted the correlation between cognitive skills and economic growth.
The ranking pulls together the latest test scores from the program for International Student Assessment for 15-year-olds and the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study for 14-year-olds, in 2012 and 2011 respectively.
“This is the first time we have a truly global scale of the quality of education,” OECD education director, Andreas Schleicher.
The end result put Asia on top. Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan’s Taipei city ranked right after Singapore. Finland was sixth, while African nations Ghana and South Africa took the last two spots.
Vietnam was placed 12th while some the so-called high quality education like Australia was placed 14th, the United Kingdom was ranked 20th, the United States was ranked 28th...
The other ASEAN countries were ranked in the middle of the ranking, Thailand was placed at 47, Malaysia was placed 52.
Advisers of the OECD said that this ranking also shown the relation between education and economic growth.
"The idea is to give more countries, rich and poor, access to comparing themselves against the world's education leaders, to discover their relative strengths and weaknesses, and to see what the long-term economic gains from improved quality in schooling could be for them."
Singapore has emerged at the top of the ranking, even though this country had had high illiteracy rate in the year 1960. This is clear proof for the relation between education and economic development.
In the OECD’s study, the United Kingdom has 1/5 pupils left school when haven’t finished the basic education program. The OECD believes that reducing the above rate and raising pupils’ skills would bring thousands of the USD for the United Kingdom’s economy.
The Organization also estimates if Ghana, the country was placed at the bottom of the ranking, provides all of basic skills for 15 year-old youngsters, the country’s GDP will rise 38 time up.
In addition, the ranking once again shows the US’s weaknesses, the country was placed even lower than many European and Asian countries, including Vietnam.
The results also show Sweden’ decrease while the OECD’s warning to Sweden of having serious problems in its education system.
Reportedly, the results and ranking will be announced officially at the World Education Forum held in South Korea next week, where the United Nations convenes a meeting on improving objectives of global education quality by 2030./.

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Phạm Hiếu 21/5/15 23:06

Vietnamese are so clever.

Hùng Quân 21/5/15 23:07

Our students are among the best students in the world.

Lê Tín 21/5/15 23:10

Vietnam education system is good, but it still need to improve to raise the quality as international standards.

Vân Nhàn 21/5/15 23:14

We're among the best on the global education system, we usually get high prices on global contests, especially math and science

Quốc Kiên 21/5/15 23:18

The quality of schooling ... is a powerful predictor of the wealth that countries will produce in the long run

Hoàng Lân 21/5/15 23:19

individuals acquire a solid foundation of knowledge in key disciplines, that they develop creative, critical thinking and collaborative skills, and that they build character attributes, such as mindfulness, curiosity, courage and resilience

Quốc Cường 21/5/15 23:22

the US, the powerful and wealthy one, must ask itself why it is left behind developing countries on the global education ranking

Huy Quốc 21/5/15 23:23

I cannot believe that we're higher the US, the United Kingdom, Australia...

Huy Lâm 21/5/15 23:24

Ensuring that every student in the industrialised world obtains very basic skills would generate more wealth than the total amount we currently spend on education

Quân Hoàng 21/5/15 23:25

Being a high-income country, however, does not mean having zero underperformance in education. The United States, for example, was placed 28th for its test scores, and close to a quarter of its students failed to attain basic skills.

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