This is the most absurd “report” yet. This organization says that the U.S. does not have an “efficient” school system. Finland has the most efficient school system. What can we do to become more efficient? Cut teachers’ salaries and increase class size.
Funny, when I visited Finland in 2011, I saw many classes, none larger than 16. Teachers’ pay is equivalent to U.S. pay.
“The Efficiency Index –which education systems deliver the best value for money? was released today.
US ranks nineteenth out of thirty countries in new ranking of education system efficiency
Released 19.01 EDT Thursday September 4 2014
The US ranks in the bottom half of a new international comparison of the efficiency of education systems across OECD countries – lower than Japan, Korea and many northern European countries.
The Efficiency Index –which education systems deliver the best value for money?, commissioned by GEMS Education Solutions, is the…
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