New Zealand leads for education future-proofing

New Zealand leads the world in educating students for the future, according to ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit. It’s top spot is dues to “university-industry collaboration, a curriculum framework that takes into account skills for the future and high quality of teacher education.” The rest of the top ten NZ is Canada, Finland, Switzerland, Singapore, the UK, Japan, Australia, the Netherlands and Germany. The US is 12th. Making a change from warnings that China is overtaking the west in education, the PRC rates 31st, due to “poor quality of teacher education and low government expenditure on education as a share of GDP.” Iran is last at 35.



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