This happens all over the world and globally teachers and governors regularly ask themselves: How should this be done?
It is obvious that there are differences with respect to the way the responsibility for education is arranged in all countries and that the emphases in educational policy differ considerably. One country wishes for vocational training that is well geared to the local labour market, whereas an other country wishes for young people to learn already in school how democracy works. A third country may wish to train students for the needs of trade, industry and banking in a free-market economy. Elsewhere the authorities wish for modern language education to yield better results than presently.