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2021-12-27 17:46:00

Main difference between education in the XXI century

Main difference between education in the XXI century

Each country has its own characteristics, and a different approach to training is among them. Often you can hear conversations about where to study better, who cares more about quality education, who creates what conditions in educational institutions. Everyone has their own thoughts on this matter, and there are a lot of arguments to prove the correctness of their judgments. But what unusual things can different schools of the world offer?

Japanese schools

In Japan, all high schools are paid, private schools cost parents more than public ones. All graduates who graduated from prestigious schools enter universities according to the results of the competition, after which they successfully begin to move up the career ladder. Being the best for students is the meaning of their learning. That is why schoolchildren attend clubs, sign up for courses and go to the tutor 7 days a week without holidays and weekends.

Korean Exams

In South Korea, almost 70% of students enter prestigious universities, who studied for 14 hours a day. A lot of people go to tutors to successfully pass the entrance test. The final exam lasts eight hours, and everyone prepares for it - students, parents, teachers and even ordinary citizens who are going to be near schools on this day. For example, the police help latecomers to arrive on time, departures from the nearest airport are postponed until the end of the exam.

Learn, learn, and learn again

Some very stubborn parents in South Korea force their children to go to tutors after 22:00. Despite the fact that the country banned lessons in private institutions after this hour, and civil servants conduct raids every evening in different business centers, such a problem still exists.

School in India

India is home to the largest school in the world. In the town of Lucknow, more than 45,000 students are trained in the method of Maria Montessori. Children from families with different incomes, religions and nationalities study here.

Indian tutoring

School teachers in India work half-heartedly. This is done to ensure that students sign up for tutors and go to additional classes. Nine out of ten students attend such classes in front of school.

Three sought-after items

If we identify three subjects that are in demand among tutors in America, Great Britain, Singapore then the first place will be given to mathematics, the second to English, the third to natural sciences.

Tutors from school

Every tenth tutor among university teachers, professional tutors and students is an employee of the school. To help children prepare for the OGE and the Unified State Exam, Olympiads and analyze simple school material, teachers do not take private students, but strive to receive an additional payment due to the additional load.

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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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