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Top 20 Education Poll Needs the Public’s Help in Selecting the World’s Best Education System
The 2014 World Top 20 Education Poll want parents, students and teachers opinions from around the world, to help project the Top 20 countries, for NJ MED's first quarter poll rankings.
The public votes results along with the Top 20 countries last year’s ranking in the poll, and the cost a country spends per student, will be calculated to project which country makes the poll’s first Top 20 list.
Mr. Albert Mitchell II, Executive Director of NJ MED, said, “This is an excellent opportunity to find out what students, teachers and parents think about the quality of education they are receiving. And let the education community; get an in-depth report from those it directly affects.”
The Poll’s last three quarters will use the same formulate it implement last year to scientifically rank the Top 20 countries. Mr. Mitchell, added, “Last year’s poll caused some surprises in the international community, went Japan, not only ranked number one, but it held that position all 4 quarters the poll was released.”
This year’s approach to include public opinion, goal is to get more attention at the grassroots level and encourage more countries Ministry of Education Departments to provide more actual data in participating in the Poll results.
Students, teachers and parents can register their votes on http://worldtop20.org/
Albert Mitchell II