Gulen Schools Worldwide

Gulen Schools Worldwide
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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Gulen Schools worldwide- Another Lie Turkey's schools rank among the top in the World

Last year’s testing focused on reading literacy. Just to establish the lay of the land, these are the average scores attained by the 34 member nations of the sponsoring agency, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (the OECD):
Average score, reading literacy, PISA, 2009:
Korea 539
Finland 536
Canada 524
New Zealand 521
Japan 520
Australia 515
Netherlands 508
Belgium 506
Norway 503
Estonia 501
Switzerland 501
Poland 500
Iceland 500
United States 500
Sweden 497
Germany 497
Ireland 496
France 496
Denmark 495
United Kingdom 494
Hungary 494
OECD average 493
Portugal 489
Italy 486
Slovenia 483
Greece 483
Spain 481
Czech Republic 478
Slovak Republic 477
Israel 474
Luxembourg 472
Austria 470
Turkey 464
Chile 449
Mexico 425
As you can see, the U.S. finished tied for 12th, “with Iceland and Poland,” among the 34 member nations. The U.S. outperformed such well-known nations as Germany, France, the U.K.   Turkey is down the list with Chile and Mexico.

Quality of primary education

SOURCE: World Economic Forum, Executive Opinion Survey 2008, 2009
How would you assess the quality of primary schools in your country? (1 = poor; 7 = excellent—among the best in the world)
I was shocked to see USA ranked the same as Malaysia. I cannot understand why USA cannot improve the quality of education. Students interest in education seems to decline while students have increased opportunities for entertainment. Parents attitudes should improve about what is important in their children’s lives.
In Scandinavia more females are working so more mothers are away from home – does that make a difference in attitude and priorities? More mothers have careers of their own and females have fewer children on the average.
In many countries children’s education is more important than a parent’s work, or free time. In most countries in the top 50 workers get more paid days off than USA.
Quality of primary education

Quality of math and science education

SOURCE: World Economic Forum, Executive Opinion Survey 2008, 2009
How would you assess the quality of math and science education in your country’s schools? (1 = poor; 7 = excellent—among the best in the world)
We know from test scores that this is one of the key areas where USA needs to improve education to keep up with the rest of the world. Math and science education should teach students how to solve problems, know when they get it right, become more creative, gain self-confidence, and they should have fun learning.

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