NJ MED's 3rd Quarter Education Rankings - COVID-19 Battles Education 2020

Over a Billion Children are out of school around the world. When will they return?

New York, NY, October 02, 2020 --(PR.com)-- NJ MED releases its 3rd Quarter Rankings on the World’s Best education systems on Wednesday. The rankings rate countries that are doing the best job trying to restore normality to children’s lives. Based on providing a secure and safe environment to learn and develop socially.

Mr. Albert Mitchell II, CEO/Founder of NJ MED said, “This is an unprecedented time in our history. Children are being forced to endure real-life situations with no proof everything will be all right. Their communities and everyday lives are threaten. We as adults have no real answers went things would get better. This is beyond a teachable moment, this is real.”

He added, “Our leaders have to be leaders, and make decisions that will mark their legacies. Go now to restore order, reevaluate loss versus gain. Nevertheless, life goes on, and something has to be, done. History will have to be their judge.”

Unlike the World Top 20 Education Poll mission to rate countries based on their strengthen in educating students 3 to 25. These rankings are based on how effective nations have been in reopening schools for their students.

Denmark has shown the most. With social distancing and smaller classrooms for their students, followed by Sweden, Finland, Israel, and Canada in the top five. Other countries like Germany, France, and Argentina have also made great strides to return their students to school.

For a complete list of the World Top 20 Poll third-quarter rankings, You can visit NJ MED’s site at: https://worldtop20.org/worldbesteducationsystem
New Jersey Minority Educational Development
Shomari Moore