Quality Education Is The Single Most Important Factors With Developing Countries Alike

1800 Words Feb 5th, 2016 8 Pages
Quality education is known to be one the single most important factors to developed and developing countries alike. It is well known that countries with lower overall education standards aren’t as prosperous or as safe as countries that are on the other end of the spectrum. Implementing educational entities such as schools alone will not show whether or not a country is doing a good job at education it’s people. Something is needed to set standards for these educational entities, and one idea that has become increasingly popular in schools across the globe has been the implementation of the standardized exam; an across-the-board exam created to show what is known in certain subjects. Early on in United States history, education was something that only a select few were entitled too, but as times changed and technology progressed, education became quite important in order for the nation to become successful. Many different schools and educational institutions began springing up all across the United States, but one issue with this was that all of what was being taught was going unchecked, so it was determined that there was a need for a universal test to see what students in a certain institution, or even nation-wide were actually learning, thus the standardized test was created in the United States. The earliest records of institutionalized examinations date back to the Sui dynasty (581-618 CE) although the system was fully developed during the Qing dynasty. The Chinese…
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