OECD Education Rankings – 2012 Update

Signs of Our Times

Countries which belong to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) produce two-thirds of the world’s goods and services. The organization publishes reports on economic and social factors in the member states. School performance league tables are presented in the OECD report, Education at a Glance. It includes comparison tables of educational performance, class sizes, teachers’ salaries, tertiary education and more.
The report can be downloaded as a PDF document.

See the top performers in reading, mathematics and science  (on this page).

Chart A2·1 [ page 42] ranks countries, in descending order, according to the percentage of adults who have completed an upper secondary education (the most recent data in the 2013 report is from 2011).


Chart A1·2 footnotes:
1. Year of reference 2010.
2. Some programmes not included.
*China has a large rural / urban disparity in its education system.


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