It’s better to be a poor pupil in a rich country than the reverse: This is Why.
Country and family income are equally important for predicting students’ test scores
According to a recent publication on the economist- though there are things that money can’t buy, education, however, does not appear to be among them—at least as measured by performance on international exams. It is reported that on average, pupils in wealthy countries obtain vastly higher test scores than those in developing ones. In turn, strong students tend to become productive workers, making the mostly rich economies they join richer still. Subscribe to continue reading