NJ MED publishes its 2021 First Quarter Education Rankings
This generation of students are developing in a Science Fiction culture. NJ MED hopes we can save them.
By: NJ MED
The nation's education systems have been reorganized because of COVID 19, and new policies for the safety of students and school personnel have been implemented. This has affected on how schools work and how students learn.
This year, NJ MED rankings look at which countries have adapted the best and have the ability to deliver high-quality education for their students. Finland again is rank number one, followed by Denmark, with Germany moving into number three. Which was a surprise after not being rank in last year's first quarter poll.
Five other new nations have joined the first quarter ranking system that projects which countries will have the best education systems at the end of the school year. These countries include Canada, the Netherlands, France, Australia, and Iceland. The most notable absence is the United States and Russia.
NJ MED, CEO/Founder Albert Mitchell II, said, Twenty-Twenty was a horrible and unimaginable situation for our children. No one knows where we are going. Is this the end of the world? Will we live the rest of our lives in a bubble?
Mr. Mitchell said, this year, we had to project which countries can recover the fastest and had the most effective way to reclaim order. Based on the way countries responded last year gave us an idea of who will be successful and who may not. We hope to just finish this school year. And hope we can start the new school year 2021-2022 on time and with little to no effect on our children's mental well-being.
NJ MED World Top 20 Poll complete first quarter ranking are available on their website: https://worldtop20.org/