The United Nations has made education a priority.
In its Agenda 2030, Goal 4 calls for “inclusive and equitable quality education” and “lifelong learning opportunities” for all.
Will this goal ever come true in your country?
The Yidan Prize commissions the EIU to produce the Yidan Prize Forecast: Global Education in 2030, which identifies five global education indicators across 25 economies.
The indicators include public expenditure on education; the affordability of tertiary education; youth unemployment; the number of science, technology, engineering and mathematics graduates, also known as STEM in the labor force; and internet access in schools.
What will the future be like?