Stanford Graduate College of Education is dedicated to solving education’s best challenges. And once again, we see the pattern that has already been discussed: early-industrialized international locations pioneered the growth of education in the 19th century, but this process grew to become a world phenomenon after the second World Warfare.
The increasingly long tails that we see in the distributions, are the result of cross-country inequalities in education growth – in the long run, we are able to see that there has been a considerable enhance in the dispersion of the years of schooling.
There are several international standardised exams that try to measure learning outcomes in a systematic means across international locations; but these exams are relatively new, and so they are inclined to cover only specific geographical areas and abilities.
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