3. New Zealand
A country with a total population of just 51.4 lakh. Do you know that every day the number of people who take Mumbai local trains is larger than the population of New Zealand? This is an interesting fact, isn’t it? New Zealand joins the list in the third spot with a score of 79.9.
Sweden, a country in Europe holds the second position in the rankings. Do you know, the Swedish government pays its students per month for attending schools. It means the primary and secondary education in the country is free. Amazing, isn’t it? Sweden scores 84.3.
Finland tops the list of countries with the best education system as per WEFFI ranking. The country has been the global leader in cultivating future capabilities and focuses on strengthening critical thinking. Finland scores 84.8.
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