Teaching in the US vs. the rest of the world

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  1. Brad Hapgood

    Brad HapgoodIl y a 21 heure

    America is a county that values brawn over brains. I currently work in China and make more than I ever would in America and with better benefits

  2. Edona Tahiri

    Edona TahiriIl y a 22 heures

    All these Americans complaining about their system without realizing how good they have it compared to some other countries. I for one have definitely underappreciated the American system but being in a 3rd world country really changed my point of view.

  3. Vikapita Murangi

    Vikapita MurangiIl y a 22 heures

    For some reason I thought this had to do with why American teachers don’t use the metric system

  4. Tib J.

    Tib J.Il y a jour

    My friend’s father is congressman and he got good job in NASA.

  5. like my comment gurl

    like my comment gurlIl y a jour

    School's in finland are also not as strict for example we don't call our teachers mr/mrs.-lastname we call them by their first names and even nicknames we make for them, that doesn't mean we don't have respect infact we do more than you may think and the respect goes both ways. Calling somebody mrs and mrs and treating them like a god does not equal respect. School's chill, in high School we do get homework but we don't have to do it if we don't want to it's your own decision to do since you know how much you need to study. Mental and physical health come first school never comes before our health, if you are going through tough times, take your time and go back to school when you can.

  6. Sicakyu

    SicakyuIl y a jour

    hey why is my video lagging

  7. Benjamin Gutzmann

    Benjamin GutzmannIl y a jour

    Education is the foundation for a open minded, accepting, collaborating society and that's why we have to spent more money for education in the future and not less, like it's done nowadays.

  8. jeric capul

    jeric capulIl y a jour

    well I think its true that time matters a lot for teachers. for example, here in the Philippines teachers in public schools work 8 hours a day with a salary of $400.00 a month and yet a lot of responsibility has been given to their profession (which are not in line through their profession). this is the reason as well why we rank as second to the lowest in the PISA 2019 result. what happen in the US is also happening now in my country that government don't have any value in the teaching sector. in fact, teachers here in general decides to go abroad for a better future. and it has a big effect in the country for we are loosing best teachers .that we are experiencing "brain drain''

  9. John H

    John HIl y a jour

    the USA and it's education is almost independent. The rest of the world claims to have teachers but they are lobbyists paid for by the majority in political control at the time. America, free thinkers, which is why most inventions come from America. Europe, the education is systematically better but less free thinking.

  10. Cthulhu

    CthulhuIl y a jour

    John H Source

  11. meme

    memeIl y a jour

    Finland != Rest of the world

  12. Minsky

    MinskyIl y a jour

    Wow my country's goverment should watch this... (We belong to the oced too)

  13. Rowena B

    Rowena BIl y a 2 jours

    One of the highest paid jobs in Finland is in fact a teacher. We need to understand that children are the future of every single country. So why make their teachers feel miserable to work every day???

  14. Sigrid Naglé

    Sigrid NagléIl y a 2 jours

    There is also a huge teacher shortage in the Netherlands and it's lowkey becoming a crisis.. However they don't really leave that much, there are just not a lot of people who go to college for it. Our government doesn't do much to help though because it's unsure how to get people to want to be a teacher

  15. Márta Bicsák

    Márta BicsákIl y a 2 jours

    torilla tavataan

  16. TANMAYA SAHU

    TANMAYA SAHUIl y a 2 jours

    Indian teacher : you guys are getting paid😂

  17. Hugo Canosa

    Hugo CanosaIl y a 2 jours

    I mean if you spend the money in the wrong way, what will it help

  18. Emperor Claudius

    Emperor ClaudiusIl y a 2 jours

    "juventus stultorum magister"

  19. WeAreCapitalist

    WeAreCapitalistIl y a 2 jours

    The REALEST news media in America. Real news with real evidence. Please keep this up and don’t sell out to CNN

  20. John Hattan Feinstein

    John Hattan FeinsteinIl y a 2 jours

    The way you talk is SO annoying

  21. Ayden

    AydenIl y a 2 jours

    I read the title as “teaching the US to the rest of the world”

  22. Crazy Slime

    Crazy SlimeIl y a 2 jours

    yall dont know about how long school is in hong kong and macau :,)

  23. Laila Robert

    Laila RobertIl y a 3 jours

    Somebody send this to trump

  24. SnK Views

    SnK ViewsIl y a 3 jours

    Yeah I lived in Finland for a year and its great and all, but not much happens there and there's really nothing to do there. But overall, its definitely a good country to be living in.

  25. dont feel lonely

    dont feel lonelyIl y a 3 jours

    How wonderful always seeing my country in the bottom when it's in the comparisons

  26. Stijn H

    Stijn HIl y a 3 jours

    Definition of inefficiency: - "Japan"

  27. fraud insanity

    fraud insanityIl y a 3 jours

    So we leave out the fact the US has more holiday's in which teachers dont work... do you know why "anna" left, its because she has options, a lot of options compared to those countrys you mentioned. I was studying to be a piece officer but i found more options that were more my style.

  28. Jorge Lucero

    Jorge LuceroIl y a 3 jours

    Bruh japan and Korea have after school programs that act as a reinforcement to what has been taught that day and what will be thought and the next day so to the kids get into better high schools aboard and colleges.

  29. Tomnimy *

    Tomnimy *Il y a 3 jours

    Soumi vittu!

  30. Jose David 1507

    Jose David 1507Il y a 4 jours

    1:09 wealthy countries , Mexico: jajaja 😂

  31. NA

    NAIl y a 4 jours

    whats isreal

  32. Alejandro Gil

    Alejandro GilIl y a 4 jours

    why are they using projected figures from 2013 + when its already 2020?

  33. Random Person

    Random PersonIl y a 4 jours

    In other words, this video should be called “Teaching in the U.S. vs The rest of the first world”

  34. Jake Swegle

    Jake SwegleIl y a 4 jours

    Comparing the US to Finland is like comparing Europe to Minnesota.. So lets not

  35. NA

    NAIl y a 4 jours

    Jake Swegle what

  36. DjWindmaster97

    DjWindmaster97Il y a 4 jours

    I think the video also could have mentioned the skyrocketing costs of higher education in the U.S. and the crippling student loan debt it causes. College Board’s "Trends in College Pricing 2017" report examined changes in tuition rates over time, and it found that students at 4 year public schools in the U.S. paid an average of $3,190 (inflation adjusted) in tuition for the 1987-1988 school year. That average rose to $9,970 for the 2017-2018 school year -- a 213% increase. I personally paid over $12,500 in 2013-2014 for tuition alone at a public state university.

  37. Arda Şolcun

    Arda ŞolcunIl y a 4 jours

    Why does this video seem like it was set to 0.75x speed?

  38. Erga Ster

    Erga SterIl y a 4 jours

    I believe its due to the stopmotion effects.

  39. Madhav Daga

    Madhav DagaIl y a 4 jours

    Pls talk about the Indian education system once

  40. Alfie Mccormack

    Alfie MccormackIl y a 4 jours

    You don't get shot

  41. Meta Brat

    Meta BratIl y a 5 jours

    This was a very shallow look at the topic. I’m really quite disappointed at how little information was provided.

  42. Senzo Mpambosi

    Senzo MpambosiIl y a 5 jours

    As an outsider looking in I am conflicted. Is the US such a wild wild west that they need so much policing of civillians (including kids)? Does every confrontation/argument/insult/offence result in violence? Is all of this "Security" necessary?

  43. Cthulhu

    CthulhuIl y a jour

    Senzo Mpambosi Yes and no but it’s hard to explain and I’m too lazy, instead of looking for answers in FRreporter comments just do some research.

  44. Smuckers T

    Smuckers TIl y a 5 jours

    US K-12: Underpays US universities: Overpay$ We must do something right when it comes to universities because the US sure gets a lot of foreigners applying to their universities

  45. Smuckers T

    Smuckers TIl y a 5 jours

    Have not yet watched it but my prediction is that the US way is backwards, inferior, and counter intuitive

  46. ᏢᏆᏃᏃᎪ ᏩᎾᎠ

    ᏢᏆᏃᏃᎪ ᏩᎾᎠIl y a 5 jours

    "The usa got lesser scores" Me: its because their asian!

  47. Bryan Masis

    Bryan MasisIl y a 5 jours

    Mayne of you pay teachers better, then youd have more people applying.

  48. s4098429

    s4098429Il y a 5 jours

    These comparisons are mute. You said yourself the variations between states are greater than the variations between nations. It’d be helpful to think of the USA as a continent rather than a country. Finland and NZ a little more than a single city, HongKong and Singapore are literally a single city. Your comparing apples to oranges Vox. Maybe spend more time critically thinking about the issue and less time playing with cardboard cutouts would result in better journalism and a more mature discussion. Nothing will change otherwise.

  49. Tulip

    TulipIl y a 5 jours

    Ok, US education is broken, now please explain why the US doesn’t change

  50. Akihiko Sanada

    Akihiko SanadaIl y a 5 jours

    We don't need to, everyone already knows the obvious answer is greed, corruption, and ignorance.

  51. Jennifer Lambert

    Jennifer LambertIl y a 5 jours

    How many countries have large immigrant populations like the US? And how did these non-native speakers affect the education system?

  52. warrdog _

    warrdog _Il y a 5 jours

    Us schools Are only good fór memes

  53. Cheetahjammerplays AJ

    Cheetahjammerplays AJIl y a 5 jours

    That’s why I’m planning to move out of the country to start a family at 30 to have better lives

  54. Anu Heinonen

    Anu HeinonenIl y a 5 jours

    I saw the name sofia and hoped it would be finnish and it was! Suomi perkele🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮

  55. max2082

    max2082Il y a 5 jours

    Sounds like someone wants more money to do less work. Ain't nothing new.

  56. Amiel Singo

    Amiel SingoIl y a 5 jours

    torilla tavataan? no no no koululla tavataan

  57. Kim Crank

    Kim CrankIl y a 5 jours

    As a public school high school teacher, students are lazier and standards have been lowered across the state to make data look good. We get "penalized" on our school report card from the state if student's don't finish high school in 4 years. I am judged by how students perform on a test I am not allowed to look out. Discipline has gone out the window! Somehow it is all my fault if a student sits in class and refuses to do an assignment. Please understand this is not ALL students.

  58. 우아람

    우아람Il y a 5 jours

    Just for my experiences in Korea, the students usually study a lot more after the school hours so that’s why usually the test scores are higher... not a great example to use for the better education quality...

  59. Pandora

    PandoraIl y a 2 jours

    yea but they also reference countries like Finland where students get alot less homework and our vacations can last over 11 weeks

  60. Arved Ludwig

    Arved LudwigIl y a 5 jours

    PISA is overrated. The students in western countries give a flying f*** about it since it's not a grade that's relevant to their school career.

  61. Braydon N

    Braydon NIl y a 5 jours

    Do what Australia did. Raise their wage.

  62. Cyber Death

    Cyber DeathIl y a 6 jours

    Kabhi INDIA aao

  63. Kotka

    KotkaIl y a 6 jours

    How do I reech thees keeds?

  64. HardWarUK

    HardWarUKIl y a 6 jours

    Finland wins every award every year, and yet is never copied any any other nation.

  65. Jake S

    Jake SIl y a 4 jours

    There are literally states in the US with similar populations to Finland (Like Minnesota, Maine, Vermont, Iowa) that have great schools. Doesn't fit Vox's agenda tho

  66. Mike John

    Mike JohnIl y a 6 jours

    American students do not respect teachers in the first place compared to other countries!!!

  67. SoCalFreelance

    SoCalFreelanceIl y a 6 jours

    So why is our government giving the apartheid regime in israel billions of dollars every year? >_>