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OECD: Greece Ranks Low In Education System

According to a recent report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Greece ranks very low in education. According to the report, Greece ranks in 27th place out of the 30 countries in the list.
Specifically, Greece scored 60.04% in terms of efficiency, lagging behind countries such as Turkey, Portugal and Italy.
Data published by “Eleftheros Typos” newspaper are referring to a report conducted by GEMS Education Solutions and specifically to the education system’s efficiency in relation to the money each country allocates for education, the teachers’ salaries and the student-teacher ratio per class.
All Mediterranean countries had low scores in terms of performance, while the report also presented a list of students’ performance at the PISA 2012 contest.
In three different subject-courses (mathematics, reading comprehension and science), which were examined in 15-year-old students of all OECD member countries, the performance of Greek students among 65 countries dropped to 42nd place and 26th among the 30 OECD member countries, down from 25th in 2009.

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