London, United Kingdom, February 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development organization), the publisher’s of the World Top 20 Education Poll will use parents, students, and teachers voting, with their last year’s World Top 20 data base rankings, and data from each countries cost per student, to select the World Top 20 countries for its first quarter poll rankings.
The World Top 20 Education Poll mission is to assure every child on the planet reaches their full potential. By monitoring the educational (and social) development of students from 3 to 25 year olds, in over 200 nations.
Albert Mitchell II, Executive Director of NJ MED, said, “There is no other way to determine a person’s worth, or future contribution to society then, the quality of knowledge they obtain. It’s impossible to ask someone to define who they are, unless they know what they can be.”
The official World Top 20 Education Poll rankings will be published in June of this year. But, the Poll’s first rankings will publish the first ever global public response from students, teachers and parents of over 200 nations. Mr. Mitchell II added, “This Poll is a massive effort to hear what the most important people say about education; the people who are directly affected by its impact.”
Students, teachers and parents can register their votes on http://worldtop20.org/voices-around-the-world. The voting ends on March 21, 2014 and the results will be published on March 31, 2014.
For more information, about the World Top 20 Education Poll Project, contact NJ MED at firstname.lastname@example.org.