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Leroy Barron (8 days ago)
In America our nation cares more about the military than education. If education had a high budget we would be number one.
Random Channel (11 days ago)
Interesting Russia had the best education during the soviet era.
lintu25 (15 days ago)
Finland ranking is droping, cos we take refugees. Their IQ is like 60, when normal Finns are like 85++ So great.
darsh Thapa (15 days ago)
Japan should be at the top
Shen Qiao (26 days ago)
Oh My Gosh ! Just look at what the meant for one of the countries with the lowest education systems,South Africa. I live here and it's a shame for all citizens to see this, the basic education governing body doesn't even care. Like this comment if you're South African and see this.
Abil Batman (27 days ago)
*Singapore Hong Kong South Korea Taiwan The 4 United Asian Federation*
tahseen sultana (29 days ago)
India is also has good education.
nname (1 month ago)
1 fin
flounder (1 month ago)
Periphery Asian countries may have the highest standardized test scores (as a result of drilling in the facts and rote memorization), but they end up copying and improving on game-changing inventions and scientific breakthroughs made in Western countries whose students may have lower test scores, but where emphasis is placed on skepticism, questioning established rules, challenging authority, and nurturing broad-mindedness and thinking-out-of-the-box.
Anonymous Guy (2 months ago)
Roses are red Violets are blue There'll always an asian smarter than you
nathanj. adrian (2 months ago)
This year,me and my friend are going to represent Malaysia for the TIMMS(TrendsInMathematicsandScieneStudy) Programme
PicklezzzGamezzz (2 months ago)
Edge-you-cation
Asker Salem (2 months ago)
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kamikase yamamura (2 months ago)
The people or race with the highest IQ are whites ! Proven fact by science
kamikase yamamura (2 months ago)
Best education is in CHILE 🇨🇱 I study there for 1 year is was very hard
storique times (2 months ago)
Who’s Watching In 2018?
storique times (2 months ago)
Canada Is Now The Worlds Best Education Now.
Muhammad Raiyan (2 months ago)
Sg might be good in tests but it SUCKS
Rakesh Yadav (2 months ago)
Hello mam I want to study abroad I am from India can you suggest Me some country which have good study systems and fee is not high can you tell me please
Amine El Aoufi (2 months ago)
Can someone please tell me the name of the track being played in the background? I'd be very grateful.
Jarod Farrant (2 months ago)
Is Canada having these problems to?
Indonesia Ball (2 months ago)
those countrys are have the most student suicide rates
Flabitition Efal (2 months ago)
USA had the best
Johnson Yuen (2 months ago)
I only believe the brain strengths nice people with education are certainly able to fight down and stepping over the bad people without education around the world completely entirely and wholly!
k k (2 months ago)
It's not about schools in Finland, we're just smarter than you. I learned to read when I was 3 and learned to do 7th grade math when I was 4.
Blanca Rodriguez (2 months ago)
But you gotta keep in mind that not all the other countries have to teach students of all sorts of backgrounds. The diversity in other countries is probably non existent as oppose to the US, where all students are diverse, some English learners, students with disabilities, etc...do other counties include students with disabilities in their standardized test scores?? More likely not, what about students who don’t speak their native language? Are they also included in the scores? See, the USA is oftentimes critiqued by how low test scores are, but have they considered that we teach students from all over the world! Your country only teaches students from your country, not immigrants. We have to keep adjusting our teaching strategies to meet the needs of ALL students, not just the high income/advanced students. It’s called No Child Left Behind.
Hue Lu (3 months ago)
Now probably 0...
Isaac Joseph (3 months ago)
The U.S. easily has the best collegiate level programs in the world. However, its primary and secondary schools are rather lackluster.
Priyanka Naidoo (3 months ago)
Bruh I'm South African and I'm psst at my country
Jaydip vamja (3 months ago)
Hong Kong is not country it is part of China...
NotVictory (3 months ago)
go singapore
jhon doe (3 months ago)
Americans created and started trends like YouTube, the global community, discussion forums, do it yourself culture, internet presentations, companies that market digital education like The Teaching Company so nuff said, no other country remotely comes close to Americas contribution on education other countries love to cherry pick data on gov education to make themselves feel better
Jens J (3 months ago)
2017 Estonia is 1st in Europe. 🇪🇪
Gk Jr. (4 months ago)
Finland is the best
Gamologist YT (4 months ago)
i am indian and i am feel ashamed of my countries education sytem our country's most teachers dont want to teach they just want to earn money
tpsu129 (4 months ago)
The culture thing seems to always pop up. Asian immigrants outperform white students, black and other minority students. Why? Because of culture. Seth MacFarlane may joke about it with his "talk to me when you doctor" bit on Family Guy but I challenge someone to disprove me.
_軍Inferno As My Life (4 months ago)
I can be sure that China's education department is the most failed in the world. I knew because i am a student too, in China, high school children study very hard, but in the University, a lot of people do not even want to open their eyes, the curriculum is half, but many students do not have a notebook, very sad, I hope our country should change the education system, we just need some graduates with good abilities
Negin (4 months ago)
It's because Asians are hard working. That's the answer for good grades of those system
Anonymous (4 months ago)
There was a silly ranking that put UK loll and US ahead of these countries Lolllll
Ridiculously Ridiculous (4 months ago)
A lot of people are commenting that Singapore children are very stressed when they study, and that is just an opinion. Some people may not feel that stressed, and if you are used to the education system here you might not feel as stressed as you think.
Ridiculously Ridiculous (4 months ago)
To be honest, I don’t really feel so bad/stressed to be educated in Singapore?
Serena (4 months ago)
Have you looked at the mental health of the students in the top 5 countries? Then compare it to Finland and Canada.
Khae Karem (4 months ago)
where is africa? no? only asian and european.. okay
LJC (4 months ago)
Honestly I barely studied for tests
Adel Saade (4 months ago)
Are you ignoring coutnries because they are arabic countries and small countries. Please review what you said and please take a look on google about Lebanon as a country and not as a government. According to a 2013 World Economic Forum report, Lebanon is ranked 10th in overall quality of education, and 4th in science and math.
SCARLET THE HOPE (4 months ago)
my county is Singapore and yay
MACK D (4 months ago)
The entire western hemisphere has only 1 country in the top 10 and it's ranked #10 lol
MACK D (4 months ago)
Estonia is in the top 10? Wow, I never would've guessed that! It's ahead of countries like Canada and Switzerland ... wow that's pretty impressive! Way to go Estonia ... I'll never look at you the same way lol
Deepak Sharma (5 months ago)
Still Indians are smartest in every field
exzo k2 (4 months ago)
Deepak Sharma nice joke
M Meidiano Al Fajri (5 months ago)
Singapore is Southeast Asian, not East Asian Edit: now, US kids dnt even know how to say time and teenager dnt even know where's canada :v
Kamlesh Kamlee (5 months ago)
Oh really is that why AMERICA has 33% indian doctors 56% engineers 41% acadimician 73%scientists and 36%professors. WELL IF UR UNWARE ABOUT THIS THEN UR THE UNEDUCATED ONE INDIAN ADVANCES BEST GRADUATED GLOBALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY.
Nick Friend (5 months ago)
...kids need just 2 or 3 hours in school a day, it's enough. To sit in a classroom for 8 hours is ridiculous, it's torture in fact. I've always said this and always will, Scandinavia has got it right, kids will learn better be fresh and ready if they know they just have 2 or 3 hours a day at school, ... Monday it's Art , Tuesday it's math, Wednesday it's Biology, Thursday it's Story reading, Friday it's P.E, (with break time in each class) next week new subjects. The subjects can be tailored to the students wanting, if they so choose. Make school fun, not unpleasant and boring.
Awesome Alie (5 months ago)
If you want cheap but best education. Go to Philippines. They speak English. Most foreign exchange student go their to get their PhD, surgeons, etc.
lucy witchalls (5 months ago)
I do think Finland has the best if you include how creative and happy they are. Many of these East Asian countries overwork their students and although they get very good grades, they have a high amount of suicides and in Japan there's even a word for dying from being overworked because it happens so much. Finland students are very intelligent and top the charts, but they are also free and happy(obviously not always).
avocado wae (5 months ago)
aye singapore
Emi :D (5 months ago)
Bulgaria ofc...for letting us use our phones lol
Mohammad Binghalita (5 months ago)
jenefir lopez
blue X (5 months ago)
Costa Rica
edukid1984 (6 months ago)
We have yet to even agree on what a good education is supposed to do in this day and age, judging by the comments here and also wildly differing views around the world. These rankings are always based on some assumptions on what a competent education look like. Not to mention it's virtually impossible to weed out all biases and lack of experimental control that materially distort the comparison amongst such a large group of countries (for e.g., randomised selection of kids, linguistic differences, etc.)
Deal MasterHd (6 months ago)
The us should spend more on education instead of military like seriusly gdp of 18 trillion and they spend 680 billion it’s not even funny anymore like seriusly
Rukhu tavei (6 months ago)
No other nations can pass 'Indian Administrative Service's(IAS)..I bet that Indians knows better about the world than any other nations because of the competitive examination system in India..
Jeon HyunJin (6 months ago)
I doubt many people would read this comment but I’m a secondary school student from Singapore and I’m in a school that have entry PSLE score of above 250. Supposedly top 10%-20% of the student population are entered here but to be frank, I’m not happy. I may just be a minority case but I barely smile and I find forming social relationships uninteresting and I’d rather spend my time doing something else. On top of that, I’ve been diagnosed with multiple mentally related disorders which I’d rather not state. And truth to be told, yes, many students in my school at least, takes studying = memorising. Even me. We memorise the contents tested from our textbooks and vomit it all out in our essays and exam scripts. In fact, many students are weaker in questions which require more critical thinking and logic. So yes, we may produce the top students numbers and As during tests and exams, but I don’t think our country’s education system is producing effective and all-rounded individuals whom are active learners and psychologically healthy. I’m pretty sure we have high suicide rates- and I had also attempted suicide once in my life. I’m still 14, going on to 15. I don’t think this is right for an education system, but then once again, I’m just a robot too afraid to challenge the norm of following instructions. However, at the same time, I do support certain aspects of the system. The fact that students are filtered based on academic ability and entered with other students with similar educational standards, it allows lessons to be better tailored and there’s usually little to none academic hierarchy. In my school, no one cares about their rankings, we all just look at our own number and either celebrate or mourn our results, but usually the latter. Not only that, but we are given many opportunities to learn outside of school, attend events and meet different groups of individuals. For me, I’m in the debate club so I have opportunities for public speaking presentations, debating competitions, emcee-ing for school events and also build up on my social adaptability and confidence. On the outside, we may just seem like lifeless students spending hours and hours on studying, but I appreciate that there are efforts made to strike a balance between simply studying and also acquiring valuable life skills that cannot be learnt from a textbook. Oh and also, I don’t have any additional tuition courses. I only visit the library close to my mid-terms or finals and spend at most 4 hours a day during the weekend to catch up on content that I’m unclear about. I also manage to run at least 5 days a week so it differs for every student here. I end school at 1pm most days of the week and 6pm when I have co-curriculum activities.
Brittney Roberson (6 months ago)
You can not rightfully compare the lack of students in the UK finishing school with a basic level of education to the high amount of 9 and 10 year olds in the US failing to read at their grade level. Both of these statements have too many variables involved to make that statement without backing it up with data supporting the similarities.
Fatema Mrinmoyi (6 months ago)
Bangladesh 😊
Andrea Leoni (6 months ago)
Italy should be in this list as well. ompared to other EU countries, many Italian students get very high grades and manage to get into universities from around the world by having attended the Italian academic system. However, it is too concentrated on memorizing and tons of homework.
Konrad VP (6 months ago)
Good education: pay teachers descend salaries and you will attract better teachers! Today many primary US school teachers have IQ < 100! ....what do you expect our children learn from them.... Singapore has a great educational system! And of course improvements can be made (which system cannot improve); a teacher in Singapore has a competitive pay, they also have a policy in place to attract good teachers! And all the comments about robots.... well should we say the countries ranked <20 produce dumbcunts? How unfair is such a comment. I believe it was in Arizona a study showed the following: 10% of population is Asian, at college 20% are Asian, at university 40% are Asian, and post-graduation, Asians make majority.... further they found in Arizona Asians pay highest tax per family due to their significantly higher incomes taxes (Guess why 🙄) ........ used to pay social support for those who did not have the opportunity to study or worse for those who did not take the opportunity to study!
mc. tsang (6 months ago)
Called pizza
Shivani Karate (6 months ago)
education system in dis countries is not good jst becoz students r forced to study 10 12 hr in day nd i personal dnt thnk dat spending 10 12 hr daily in study during skol life is jst like killing their enjoying and joyfull moments as kids nd students nd getting good grades or score in exam cnt make student no.1 or cnt say dat the student has bright future unless the student passes in real life exam which students face after coming out of skols thy also need outside knowledge nd not jsut frm bookes nd study like book wormsss... sad to see dat the countries which hav good education system also hav highest sucide rate in world ex.south korea nd reading the below comments frm students frm these countries i feel sad fr thm ..... frm India nd im proud dat i completed my skol life here nd i thnk dat v hav best education system accordng to my personal experience as student in indian skol ......nd nw im dng my degree course
Astik M. Tapase (6 months ago)
In India , Maharashtra
Mike Harms (7 months ago)
Well whatever country does have the best educational system it is definitely not the US it's like 49 out of 50 have a great day
Ansh Bhai (7 months ago)
In India we have smartboard, Tabs and reference books but we are not first bcoz we are not making humans we are making robot that only learn books not think. Why education is like that!!!
Ankit Shende (7 months ago)
What's your opening in Indian education system
Akash Sahu (7 months ago)
Singapur country he ya city?
I lie in singapore it is really stressful sometimes we have committing suicide thoughts cos of our results.
Aiden Chia (7 months ago)
Singapore?! Lol.
Jordie Walters (7 months ago)
Didn't watch just wanted to say not Australia😔
elana piper (7 months ago)
There will so many acnes with the stress if I still lived in Asia. My relatives used tell what to become until I moved to US
K Arpitha (8 months ago)
Could you do a newer version of this video
Andrade Anita (8 months ago)
So... which countries then??
Kalle Kröger (8 months ago)
TORILLE
toady (8 months ago)
These top ranking East Asian countries stress mechanical, rote learning in their schools. As a result, they have not won nearly as many Nobel Prizes as the US and UK, opting instead to copy Western technology. But the one thing they have not adopted is their educational system.
Savage AF (8 months ago)
Indian system sucks
Manu Das (8 months ago)
No matter what, when it comes to advanced higher education and cutting edge research USA is still the global leader.
니키미나즈 (8 months ago)
hongkong.singapore is city stateso they should except  school rangkings
Sam TheFabilous (8 months ago)
TORILLE... vai kouluun? Hmm
Singapore and Hong Kong are Chinese- I don't mean that they belong to China, but have an ethically dominated Chinese population. It concludes Chinese are the smartest people in the world.
Mystical Priorities (8 months ago)
Man.. the commentary section is full of suicide things because of their country exams things. But please mind there are some schools taking 2 or more certificate programs and they are highly disciplined. It's stressing me out man, from UPSR to Checkpoint then PT3 then IGCSE then SPM. Exams every year mannn. *inserts tired emojis*
greysaku (8 months ago)
Teachers in the US can't even afford to live....
Adam Banks (9 months ago)
Not the U.S. for sure
Pratham Mehta (9 months ago)
Hey im a 16 year old from India. I feel that comparing asia with west is irrational. Countries like India and China have huge populations and less land hence the competition ia alot, dont know about other countries but a typical student aspiring to score A in high school here has to study 2~3 hrs every day along with 6 hrs of school. The pressure is moderate, the simple reason that countries in asia focus on more tests so as to provide poor children living in villages equal opportunities of getting into a college, I feel there’s nothing wrong in this. feel free to comment and discuss
Schang (9 months ago)
Hong Kong is not a country
Robert Spies (9 months ago)
The definitions of `educating' , education', `educator', etc. are too fragmented to be meaningful, it seems to me, and seem beside the point, anyway. What everyone wants is `learning'. `Teachers' and `educators' are supposed to promote learning, but not so many do that. Far more likely to work, it seems to me, is to show people and young people `what there is to learn'. Give them the opportunity and means to `explore' subjects to the `depth' they want, and when a match is found, the job of the system is mostly done. To me, the secret is having `environments to learn', where students can find what they want to learn, and then have the resources to learn at the rate they want to learn. Nothing should prevent any person or young person from learning more than one subject at a time, and/or at different rates.
Kisang Yun (9 months ago)
Me, South Korean in 2016: Senior(Gosam in Korean), Sleep 6 hours/day(pretty much in korea actually), Spend 16 hours(7~23) in school if not weekend, spend 10 hours in private institute(Hakwon; not accurate word I found) if weekend, repeated this everyday every week! Best education if you wanna make clockwork machine instead of human.
marko JOVANOVIC (9 months ago)
I was doing pisa test this year
Waiwai WWE (9 months ago)
The first five school's in the top 10 list uses standardised tests, and previously they suggested that standardised test is not beneficial. Wow that irony
i would love to nut on her face :D
Korean KeyboardWarrior (9 months ago)
THIRD COUNTRY 🤔
Jeffrey Hawthorne Goines (9 months ago)
It is very surprising not to see Germany mentioned, as the general culture which the educational system gives students is both very thorough and intelligent. The Humanities are given full respect as they should, since Germany understands that whether for the sciences or literature, anthropology and the likes, we need to be generally well rounded and reflective, as opposed to being a trained parrot who performs little practical tasks without any deeper understanding of the world. By the way, I am not German
50 Cent Kurwa (9 months ago)
North Korea has the best Education
stomp me (10 months ago)
Any Singaporean here searched this knowing Singapore will be on the list?
ToXiic Mamba (10 months ago)
Chinaaa

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