Autumn means a new class in many countries of the world. But it is something else in America, Russia, Chile and Iceland.
In which country students study the lowest time? Which family spend most money on school supplies? Which country students live for 23 years?
Interesting information about various systems of education in the world:
A typical family in America, after spending the holidays, spend $ 685 a day on child’s school supplies. This amount was $ 460 in 2005. This means that the annual expense on school goods is around $ 27 billion.
If it includes universities’ expenditure, this amount increases to $ 83 billion. The most expensive thing in this equipment is computers, with an average cost of $ 299. Costumes: $ 286, Electronics: $ 271, only $ 112 on folders, benders, books, pens and highlights.
Danish students live more than 200 hours a year ago.
33 Developed countries have been taught for the shortest time in Russia. Students study only 500 hours a year, whereas the global average is 800 hours.
But it does not mean that Russian is less than anyone in the educational field. There is approximately literacy rate rate literacy.
Denmark is exactly the opposite. There students read a thousand hours a year. But since Danish count is in the top five countries of the world in the education sector, it can be said that they are right.
In different countries, spending on education can vary. Hong Kong students are the most expensive if fees, books, arrivals and accommodation are spent. Parents in Hong Kong spend $ 131,161 a year from their pocket on their children’s education.
The second is the Arab Emirates, where it is $ 99,000, when Singapore has the third number of $ 71,000. US $ 58,000 spent on child education in the United States. However, American parents pay only 23 percent of their expenses from their pockets.
The lowest education spending comes in France, where parents spend only $ 16,000 in their child’s education.
Education burden on trees
But the burdens of education do not raise parents only, but the trees also sacrifice.
In the era of virtual realty, third day printing and drones, the instrument of learning in the educational institutions around the world is simple pencil. 400 years after inventions are still 15 to 20 billion pencils every year.
The wooden wooden wooden pencil used in the United States’s Northwest coastal area is used in most pencils, when it comes mostly from the ears of China and Sri Lanka. 60,000 to 80 thousand trees are cut every year to maintain the world’s pencils.
In Australia, students spend a quarter of their lives in the classroom.
Education sometimes ends and students enter practical life. But in New Zealand this happens after two decades.
Australia has taken away the two countries in this field, where students spend six to 28 years in school, college and university. It is 22.9 years of age, almost a quarter of Australia’s average age.
Neer students on the other hand give the lowest time to education. Children have started educational travel for seven years, and only 5.3 years of age are educated.