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The Norden Utopia
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Multiversal Educational Index

Postby The Norden Utopia » Tue Nov 24, 2020 7:11 pm

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Multiversal Educational Index


Introduction


Greetings to all nations and leaders of the World. In the search for a more detailed and throrough research about education in the multiverse, the government of Norden has, along with a team of specialists, created an series of questions in order to determine the functionality and structural quality of various educational systems. As such, noting the importance of determining something as important as the formation of new young minds, which will lead the future, the government of Norden invites all nations to answer this questionnaire.

Important


This index is made to reflect the reality of "Modern Technology" nations. If your nation has a different tech level, it will still be ranked, but be aware that the result might not reflect the actual situation of your nation in its own tech level - Thoroughly, this is something the government of Norden is working on, and in the future there might be indexes acceptable for other technological levels.

Index Description


In order to rate education fully, the questionnaire is divided into 6 sections (thoroughly, only 4 contribute to the actual result): Basic Information, Formation & Values, Educational Structure, Educational Freedom, Educational Quality and Additional Information. Each question has its own value and the index is measured in quantities between 0 and 100, with 100 being a fully functional educational system and 0 being a completely destroyed/ missing educational system.

Classifications
Very High
(80-100)

Nations in this category have very highly developed educational systems. Not only do students have quality infrastructure and methods of teaching, as they have freedom to express theirselves and are taught how to be real citizens. These educational systems are the best ones for one to study, and have little to no flaws.

High
(65-79.9)

Nations in this category have highly developed educational systems. Students have quality infrastructure and methods of teaching, along with reasonable amount of freedom and civic education, making these educacional systems good. Thoroughly, there are some noticeable flaws, which may be solved easily through reform.

Moderate
(40-64.9)

Nations in this category have moderately developed educational systems. The infrastructure and acquisition of information is acceptable, and there is some freedom and civic education to students. These systems are not exactly bad, but lack several features, which need some medium-long term reform to solve.

Low
(25-39)

Nations in this category have underdeveloped educational systems. The infrastructure and methods of teaching lack quality, and the freedom of students is considered low. Theses systems are not the best to study in, and need lots of reform to become better.

Very Low
(0-24)

Nations in this category have extremely underdeveloped educational systems, if they even exist. Infrastructure is of extremely low quality, and methods of teaching are lacking information and experience. The freedom of students is almost non-existent, and civic values seem to be outright forgotten. These systems are amognst the worst to study in, and reform is almost impossible.

Index Application


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[spoiler=Multiversal Educational Index]
[b][u]Section I - Basic Information[/u][/b]
[b]The full name of your nation (including pretitle):[/b]
[b]The technology level of your nation:[/b]
[b]The IC population of your nation:[/b]
[b](Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:[/b]

[b][u]Section II - Formation & Values[/b][/u]

[b]How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?[/b]
[b]How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?[/b]
[b]How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?[/b]
[b]Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?[/b]
[b]Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?[/b]
[b]Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?[/b]
[b]Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?[/b]
[b]Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?[/b]
[b]Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?[/b]
[b]How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?[/b]
[b]How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?[/b]


[b][u]Section III - Educational Structure[/b][/u]

[b]Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.[/b]
[b]How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?[/b]
[b]What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?[/b]
[b]What is the average spending per student in your nation?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?[/b]
[b]Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?[/b]
[b]Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?[/b]

[b][u]Section IV- Educational Freedom[/b][/u]

[b]Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?[/b]
[b]Is there censorship in your nation's schools?[/b]
[b]Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?[/b]
[b]Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?[/b]
[b]Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?[/b]
[b]Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?[/b]
[b]Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?[/b]
[b]Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?[/b]
[b]Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?[/b]
[b]Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?[/b]
[b]Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?[/b]

[b][u]Section V - Educational Quality[/b][/u]

[b]What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?[/b]
[b]What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?[/b]
[b]Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?[/b]
[b]Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?[/b]
[b]Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?[/b]
[b]What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?[/b]

[b][u](Optional) VI - Additional Information[/b][/u]
[size=90](NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).[/size]

[b]What percentage of your nation's schools are public?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?[/b]
[b]Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?[/b]
[b]Do you have any future suggestions for this index?[/b]
[b]Are you satisfied with this index?[/b]
[/spoiler]


Scores


Very High

Mobius and the Biscay - 99.5

Lillorainen - 98

Syndic Australia - 97.5

Synne Industries - 97.5

Silvedania - 96

Belize and Honduras - 95

Anentova - 93.5

Great Britain / Ideal Britain - 93.5

Sky Reavers - 93.5

Carrelian Empire / Carrelie - 93

Ludistan - 93

Shadow Deix - 93

Indian Empire - 93

Felicidadia - 92.5

Istoreya - 92.5

Zarnicovia Nova - 91.5

Destyntine - 91.5

Toin - 91

New Goldman - 90.5

Pycos - 90

Of Zigarozia - 89

Al-Hareh Danistarab - 89

MineLegotia and Equestria - 88.5

Andocara - 87

The Union of British North America - 87

Dunferm - 82.5

High

Dominant Oppressors - 79

Östenberg - 79

Quarvian Stellar Union - 77

The Disorder - 75.5

Yerbanistan - 75.5

Moderate

Nortend, Cardoby and Hambria / Great Nortend - 61.5

Low

Mordka - 32

Very Low

Barsia and Olessia - 0

Alzatia - 0

Unused Scores

Norden / The Norden Utopia - 99 (example application)
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Postby The Norden Utopia » Tue Nov 24, 2020 8:50 pm

Example form: Norden


Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The United Socialist States of Norden.
The technology level of your nation: MT.
The IC population of your nation: 4,567,123.
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
The Nordian education system is divided in the following categories:
Lastentarha - ages 3-6
Perusopetus (I & II) - ages 7-12
Ala-aste - ages 13-15
Lukio - ages 16-17

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 7 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 9 years.
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes. The role of the teacher in nordian society is held with high integrity.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. There are several subjects, which teach children how to behave and respect other persons.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. It was introduced in 1999, after a rise on depression and suicide rates, apart of awareness programs.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No, they're banned since 1956
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No, theyre banned since 1954.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Very rare, due to large awareness campaigns and helplines to help victims.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Very rare, the no-alcohol and drugs in school grounds rule is well-enforced (except on college campuses).

Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. It's completely public.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 21.2 per 1,000 citizens.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 22.3%.
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $15,123 per student.
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%. This has been part of a government project to modernize schools (made in 1998, when 85% of schools had internet).
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes. It is considered a basic human right.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. Also apart of the 1998 government project.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, they are public and have high nutritional value.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes. Teachers are very honored in nordian society and gain a large income.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No. All of Norden has access to education since 1960.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No. It is prohibited by the 1953 constitution.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No. It is prohibited by the 1953 constitution.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No. It is prohibited by the 1953 constitution.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes, freedom of speech is a constitutionally guaranteed right.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes, freedom of speech is a constitutionally guaranteed right.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes, they have freedom to choose educational material.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, as long as such methods do not infringe on human rights and/or discriminate students.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, it has large power, as Norden is a socialist state.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, they hold significant power and can make changes in given situations.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes, when they reach the Perusopetus II at age 11.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No, schools are equal for everybody.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? There are legal punishments for teachers who indocrinate or brainwash students.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 19.2
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 17.2
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 12%. Thoroughly, it's only possible to drop education on the Ala-aste.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, theyre public.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes. The subject taught is meant to be useful in students' lives, and most students do consider education to be useful in their lives.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes, until the Ala-aste.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 98.1%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 100%.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%.
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes, to enter university there is the Kiipeilytahti, which reviews the student's final years' grades.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes, since 1963.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Nah.
Are you satisfied with this index? I guess so
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Postby Zarnicovia nova » Tue Nov 24, 2020 9:09 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): the 07 democracy of zarnicovia nova
The technology level of your nation: PMT
The IC population of your nation: 712 million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: 2 - 6 "pre-edu" 7-11 "1st level" 12 - 14 "middle level" 15 - 18 "3rd level" 19+ "university"

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 8
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 10
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? no If so, how prevalent is it?
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? no If so, how prevalent is it?
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? yes but only in politically less stable regions.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? negiligable


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? yes If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 1.2
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 5.6%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 1,670 zarnicov or nearly 2,800 NSD
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? mandated for every school so 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? yes If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? yes
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? yes but that's because they opted out or do I mean they shoot and destroy anything european. by I mean they are able to destroy a vastly superior army of 780,000 ZNs and win with 56,000! so you can't blame us for failing

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? no
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? yes but only for hate speech
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? no
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? yes
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? yes but it has to be a approved meathade and can be denied if it doesn't work.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? yes If so, how much power does it hold? they make around half of the missions in the education systems
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? yesIf so, how much power do they hold? they make around 8% of the disions
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? yes but only in politically unstable area's with this trend going away.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? no

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 22
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 6.9%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? yes If so, are they widely acessible for all? you need to do a least 2 so very asssable
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99.97%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99.97%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 99.96%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.98%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 96.87%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? yes
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? no
Are you satisfied with this index? pretty much
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Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Commonwealth of Syndic Australia
The technology level of your nation: Modern Tech (c. 2000s equivalent)
The IC population of your nation: 34.91m
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Preschool (3-4), Primary (5-13), Secondary (13-18), Civil Service (18-20), Tertiary (20+, typically 3 years)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? A prospective primary teacher will complete 3 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship as a student teacher. An additional year of study/training can be done to acquire a certified speciality (e.g. Art, Science).

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Depending on the type of teacher, 3-5 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship as a student teacher.

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Depending on the type of tertiary teacher, 4-6 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship within the relevant university faculty.

Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes, the various academic syndicates (~ teachers unions) are rigorous in peer/self review as a meritocratic organ, and every new teacher is effectively apprenticed and vouched for by an existing respected teacher. In addition, the Federal and State governments legislate, in cooperation with the Federal Consolidated Syndicate of Academics, the curriculum and teaching standards.

Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. Civics is one of the mandatory courses throughout much of Primary and Secondary schooling, and ensures that all students have a well-rounded knowledge of government, society, and the law. Civil Service, which follows secondary school, affords graduates the opportunity to work in their community and build important communal bonds (as our civil service is not just military service, with the military being just one of the options). Civisme is a core virtue endowed through our education system.


Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. As part of Health courses, which are part of the mandatory curriculum for most of primary and secondary schooling, students are taught how to build and maintain healthy relationships of all sorts, conflict resolution, and other important social skills. All schools are secular and coeducational as to afford students as wide a reference for society as possible to ensure they develop the ability to cooperate civilly with those different to them as well as learn from them and broaden their own sense of self. Civil Service grants graduates the opportunity to further build their communal networks, camaraderie, and espirit de corps whilst broadening their social experience.

Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes. As most teachers themselves had civics as children, and as part of their training is in managing the classroom.

Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No such punishment is undertaken.

Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No such punishment is taken.

How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Bullying isn't eradicated, but it also isn't something most student will experience seriously due in part to the aforementioned relationship and health education. When it does occur, the response is to get to the root cause.

How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Also negligible, most drugs are not available for those under 18, and most understand the risks well enough.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. All education is public. All academic institutes are public, and all apprenticeships are undertaken under syndicate-member businesses.

How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
Enough to ensure that each primary/secondary class has no more than 20 students.

What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? All three levels of government contribute to both academic and apprenticeship funding, so this figure would vary depending on what one counts, but probably a good 1/4.

What is the average spending per student in your nation? Without waking up the beast that is purchasing price parity, suffice to say no student is without.

What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? All schools have intranet access, which allows one to access the internet equivalent (though it is in its early days)

Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes, though few school offer boarding.

Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.

Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? None of these three exist (well portable computing is developing), but students have very good access to the latest educational technology.

Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, yes, and yes.

Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? This is a syndicalist state, so yes.

Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? All parts have access, though some regions in the disputed Papua/New Guinea territory are autonomous and thus have their own systems.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No.

Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No, excepting the censorship of explicit media (gore, erotic sexual content, etc...) which can be unrestricted with parental consent for older secondary students.

Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.

Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes, as long as it is appropriate for the age of the students they are teaching.

Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.

Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? The various a academic syndicates will provide a list of textbooks certified to respective syllabuses. This certification is determined by consensus amongst it's members, so if most teachers agree the content is correct and relevant, then it is certified. However, a teacher is free to use any texts in auxillary to the main and certified texts, as one might want to for comparison.

Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Within certain regulations, yes. This is another instance where certain methods will be approved by consensus.

Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Teachers and other academics belong to their relevant syndicates. Syndicates exist for every profession at the communal level, and consolidate at higher levels (state and federal) into more broadly encompassing syndicates. They fulfil the function of both a union and executive department and are all meritocratic (by consensus). The members of a syndicate will elect their own leaders, staff, and delegates to higher level syndicates, and propose regulation in their area and level, which can be approved or not by the legislature. Syndicates are the executive branch of government and as such are quite powerful. All academic syndicates consolidate at the state level into the State Consolidated Academic Syndicates, and then at the Federal level into the Federal Consolidated Academic Syndicate, who elect a Cabinet Minister of Academic Affairs to sit in the Executive Cabinet under the Prime Minister.

Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Membership in school groups is encouraged and all schools have student councils. They have a decent amount of power, and can cooperate with the school authorities in many areas of policy.

Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes. At secondary level a student can pick their own classes, though Maths and English are mandatory until Year 10, and Health and Civics remain mandatory. At Year 10, a student can also choose to do a part-time apprenticeship instead of optional classes, though they will still have to the two mandatory courses.

Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No. Schools are designed to be cultural/societal melting pots to encourage the development of well adjusted, well informed, and productive adults.

Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? They are entitled to their political opinions; political opinion has no bearing on their employment.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? Secondary schooling must be completed. Civil Service is also mandatory. The expected years of schooling is 13, 15 counting civil service, with preschool and tertiary study being optional.

What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? Slightly under 15/17, as most people do undertake both preschool and tertiary study. Those who have less than the 13/15 year 'minimum' are almost entirely those who immigrated here with preexisting and equivalent education from a shorter system.

What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? None, though a decent number take on apprenticeships.

Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, student-run, school-run, and community-run activities are plentiful.

Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes. Subjects focus on developing understanding and the abilities for practical application. WROTE/memorisation learning and standardised testing are considered outmoded.

Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes, as mentioned above Primary and Secondary education are, as well as Civil Service.

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 100% Education is considered an essential service, as water.

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? More than 99%. A large number are bilingual.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Not as a major component of grading.

Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes, with adjustments allowed for states and communes.

Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Perhaps something regarding international students, exchanges, school operating times (starts and finishes, break lengths, days per week, length of holidays), are there any specialist types of schools (tech schools, arts schools, religious schools, boarding schools, special ed., etc...), options for students to study from home or do homeschooling, uniform freedoms, sexual health education.


Are you satisfied with this index? Yes! Thanks :)
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Left-wing Utopia

Postby The Norden Utopia » Thu Nov 26, 2020 3:14 pm

Zarnicovia nova wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): the 07 democracy of zarnicovia nova
The technology level of your nation: PMT
The IC population of your nation: 712 million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: 2 - 6 "pre-edu" 7-11 "1st level" 12 - 14 "middle level" 15 - 18 "3rd level" 19+ "university"

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 8
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 10
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? no If so, how prevalent is it?
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? no If so, how prevalent is it?
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? yes but only in politically less stable regions.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? negiligable


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? yes If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 1.2
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 5.6%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 1,670 zarnicov or nearly 2,800 NSD
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? mandated for every school so 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? yes If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? yes
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? yes but that's because they opted out or do I mean they shoot and destroy anything european. by I mean they are able to destroy a vastly superior army of 780,000 ZNs and win with 56,000! so you can't blame us for failing

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? no
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? yes but only for hate speech
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? no
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? yes
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? yes but it has to be a approved meathade and can be denied if it doesn't work.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? yes If so, how much power does it hold? they make around half of the missions in the education systems
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? yesIf so, how much power do they hold? they make around 8% of the disions
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? yes but only in politically unstable area's with this trend going away.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? no

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 22
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 6.9%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? yes If so, are they widely acessible for all? you need to do a least 2 so very asssable
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99.97%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99.97%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 99.96%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.98%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 96.87%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? yes
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? no
Are you satisfied with this index? pretty much


The Opetusministeriö independent analysing team has determined the score of the zarnicovian novaian educational system as 91.5, which falls into the category of Very High. The only problems noticed were the absence of quality education in certain regions, along with moderate underfunding for the educational system and a low teacher avaliability.

Syndic Australia wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Commonwealth of Syndic Australia
The technology level of your nation: Modern Tech (c. 2000s equivalent)
The IC population of your nation: 34.91m
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Preschool (3-4), Primary (5-13), Secondary (13-18), Civil Service (18-20), Tertiary (20+, typically 3 years)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? A prospective primary teacher will complete 3 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship as a student teacher. An additional year of study/training can be done to acquire a certified speciality (e.g. Art, Science).

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Depending on the type of teacher, 3-5 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship as a student teacher.

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Depending on the type of tertiary teacher, 4-6 years of tertiary study, including apprenticeship within the relevant university faculty.

Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes, the various academic syndicates (~ teachers unions) are rigorous in peer/self review as a meritocratic organ, and every new teacher is effectively apprenticed and vouched for by an existing respected teacher. In addition, the Federal and State governments legislate, in cooperation with the Federal Consolidated Syndicate of Academics, the curriculum and teaching standards.

Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. Civics is one of the mandatory courses throughout much of Primary and Secondary schooling, and ensures that all students have a well-rounded knowledge of government, society, and the law. Civil Service, which follows secondary school, affords graduates the opportunity to work in their community and build important communal bonds (as our civil service is not just military service, with the military being just one of the options). Civisme is a core virtue endowed through our education system.


Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. As part of Health courses, which are part of the mandatory curriculum for most of primary and secondary schooling, students are taught how to build and maintain healthy relationships of all sorts, conflict resolution, and other important social skills. All schools are secular and coeducational as to afford students as wide a reference for society as possible to ensure they develop the ability to cooperate civilly with those different to them as well as learn from them and broaden their own sense of self. Civil Service grants graduates the opportunity to further build their communal networks, camaraderie, and espirit de corps whilst broadening their social experience.

Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes. As most teachers themselves had civics as children, and as part of their training is in managing the classroom.

Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No such punishment is undertaken.

Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No such punishment is taken.

How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Bullying isn't eradicated, but it also isn't something most student will experience seriously due in part to the aforementioned relationship and health education. When it does occur, the response is to get to the root cause.

How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Also negligible, most drugs are not available for those under 18, and most understand the risks well enough.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. All education is public. All academic institutes are public, and all apprenticeships are undertaken under syndicate-member businesses.

How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
Enough to ensure that each primary/secondary class has no more than 20 students.

What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? All three levels of government contribute to both academic and apprenticeship funding, so this figure would vary depending on what one counts, but probably a good 1/4.

What is the average spending per student in your nation? Without waking up the beast that is purchasing price parity, suffice to say no student is without.

What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? All schools have intranet access, which allows one to access the internet equivalent (though it is in its early days)

Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes, though few school offer boarding.

Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.

Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? None of these three exist (well portable computing is developing), but students have very good access to the latest educational technology.

Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, yes, and yes.

Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? This is a syndicalist state, so yes.

Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? All parts have access, though some regions in the disputed Papua/New Guinea territory are autonomous and thus have their own systems.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No.

Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No, excepting the censorship of explicit media (gore, erotic sexual content, etc...) which can be unrestricted with parental consent for older secondary students.

Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.

Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes, as long as it is appropriate for the age of the students they are teaching.

Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.

Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? The various a academic syndicates will provide a list of textbooks certified to respective syllabuses. This certification is determined by consensus amongst it's members, so if most teachers agree the content is correct and relevant, then it is certified. However, a teacher is free to use any texts in auxillary to the main and certified texts, as one might want to for comparison.

Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Within certain regulations, yes. This is another instance where certain methods will be approved by consensus.

Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Teachers and other academics belong to their relevant syndicates. Syndicates exist for every profession at the communal level, and consolidate at higher levels (state and federal) into more broadly encompassing syndicates. They fulfil the function of both a union and executive department and are all meritocratic (by consensus). The members of a syndicate will elect their own leaders, staff, and delegates to higher level syndicates, and propose regulation in their area and level, which can be approved or not by the legislature. Syndicates are the executive branch of government and as such are quite powerful. All academic syndicates consolidate at the state level into the State Consolidated Academic Syndicates, and then at the Federal level into the Federal Consolidated Academic Syndicate, who elect a Cabinet Minister of Academic Affairs to sit in the Executive Cabinet under the Prime Minister.

Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Membership in school groups is encouraged and all schools have student councils. They have a decent amount of power, and can cooperate with the school authorities in many areas of policy.

Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes. At secondary level a student can pick their own classes, though Maths and English are mandatory until Year 10, and Health and Civics remain mandatory. At Year 10, a student can also choose to do a part-time apprenticeship instead of optional classes, though they will still have to the two mandatory courses.

Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No. Schools are designed to be cultural/societal melting pots to encourage the development of well adjusted, well informed, and productive adults.

Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? They are entitled to their political opinions; political opinion has no bearing on their employment.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? Secondary schooling must be completed. Civil Service is also mandatory. The expected years of schooling is 13, 15 counting civil service, with preschool and tertiary study being optional.

What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? Slightly under 15/17, as most people do undertake both preschool and tertiary study. Those who have less than the 13/15 year 'minimum' are almost entirely those who immigrated here with preexisting and equivalent education from a shorter system.

What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? None, though a decent number take on apprenticeships.

Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, student-run, school-run, and community-run activities are plentiful.

Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes. Subjects focus on developing understanding and the abilities for practical application. WROTE/memorisation learning and standardised testing are considered outmoded.

Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes, as mentioned above Primary and Secondary education are, as well as Civil Service.

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 100% Education is considered an essential service, as water.

What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? More than 99%. A large number are bilingual.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Not as a major component of grading.

Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes, with adjustments allowed for states and communes.

Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Perhaps something regarding international students, exchanges, school operating times (starts and finishes, break lengths, days per week, length of holidays), are there any specialist types of schools (tech schools, arts schools, religious schools, boarding schools, special ed., etc...), options for students to study from home or do homeschooling, uniform freedoms, sexual health education.


Are you satisfied with this index? Yes! Thanks :)


The Opetusministeriö independent analysing team has assigned the syndic australian educational system an total score of 97.5, which falls on the category of Very High. The only noticeable problems are a bit of undertraining for tertiary education personnel and a slight under the limit expected years of education.

OOC: Also, suggestions have been noted down. Thanks.

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Democratic Socialists

Postby Quarvian Stellar Union » Thu Nov 26, 2020 5:55 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The The United Socialist States of The Quarvian Stellar Union
The technology level of your nation: MT-PMT (20 minutes into the future-esque)
The IC population of your nation: 14 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Pre-Term (4-6 y.o.) / Term (7-17 y.o) / Furthering Education (17 y.o.+)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 6 (Bachelor's Equivalent)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 6 (Bachelor's Equivalent)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 8 (Doctoral Equivalent) or a Trade Certification
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Teachers of all levels are required to have an understanding of pedagogy, as a focus for secondary and primary school teachers, and as a minor for tertiary teachers
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes, Teacher's are front-line members of political parties and expected to express civic values
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? No
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Limited, 12-14% report bullying incidents on a consistent basis
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Infrequent, 12% report using drugs or alcohol


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes, all students are expected to undergo pre-term and term education to 17, with more receiving further education
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 8.11
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 15%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? ~$22,000
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 88%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes, 56% of student report daily use, and 33% more report weekly use.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, free to all students
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes, teacher salaries are above average for a bachelor's earner.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Yes
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? To some extent.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? In the sense that school personal are civic minded individuals.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? No. No one can.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? No.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? To some extent,
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, a lot...
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, each secondary school has a political organization whose head (a final year student) is a voting member of the school board.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? No.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? No, they are frontline members of political parties

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 14
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 16.3
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes. and Yes
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Mostly
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? ~100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? ~100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 12.7%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? ~100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes, on a four year basis
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? For the most part
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
Are you satisfied with this index?
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Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby The Disorder » Fri Nov 27, 2020 4:10 am

The Disorder is a pretty advanced FT/FanT nation, so let's see how this goes!

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):
The Order of Disorder ((Rogue Nation of The Disorder))
The technology level of your nation:
FT/FanT (far-future FTL, far-future magitech, no nanotech or magic-equivelent)
The IC population of your nation:
17,804 Citizens + 496,134 Noncitizens
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
- Military (First galactic-year in The Disorder)
- Post-Military (After that)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
The Disorder has only been around for 12 years, and most of its military tech is newer than that. So this is highly variable.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
Post-military scientists (which double as educators) commonly have hundreds or even thousands of years of cumulative experience, thanks to memory-transfer technology.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
N/A
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?
Not particularly. It is generally expected that those with relevant experience instruct those seeking it.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?
Yes, but this is largely an afterthought. Disorder recruitment/immigration standards are very stringent, ensuring that only individuals that share the Disorder's motivations and values join. Very little additional civic imprinting is necessary.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?
No. Baseline emotional intelligence is a requirement for entry into The Disorder. People that lack this are not allowed to join.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?
No.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
Not particularly.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
In extreme cases, but this is incredibly rare.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?
Practically non-existent.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?
Use of mind-altering substances for recreational or occupational reasons is extremely common.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
Education is highly informal, but publicly available.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
Almost 100% of the Disorder's population is in a position to impart their knowledge to others.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?
In an economy with no currency, the resource cost of this falls between 1% and 4%. Depending on how you are counting.
What is the average spending per student in your nation?
Difficult to answer.
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?
High-bandwidth telepathy is available to 100% of Disorder citizens.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?
All public Disorder structures are required to adhere to very high standards of cleanliness.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?
Memory cores & scientific data are publicly available.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?
Yes, to an extreme extent. Abundant supercomputer access is considered an essential service, as essential as oxygen and water.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
Yes, all Disorder citizens enjoy very high-quality food.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?
The Disorder has no centralized currency. It is generally encouraged that one trade knowledge for knowledge, to maximize the diversity of skillsets within the Disorder.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?
Yes. Disorder non-citizens (in slave-camps) experience none of these benefits.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?
No. The Disorder believes
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?
Yes. Though exceptionally rare, some subjects are deemed too catastrophically dangerous for mass education. This has happened once only, with primordial entropic magic.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?
No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?
Yes. Although because citizens are hand-picked to be congruent with the Disorder's agenda, it is very rare for one to experience more than mild & fleeting dissatisfaction.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?
Yes. Although this is also rare. Those likely to dissent against the Disorder are not admitted entry to the Disorder.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?
Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?
Yes. The system is largely self-correcting. Teachers with methods deemed 'deficient' experience fewer people coming to them & seeking knowledge, which is viewed in society as somewhat shameful. Individuals seek to avoid acquiring such a reputation, so the methods that are the most successful and desirable see widespread use.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?
They do not.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?
Yes. Groups of new military recruits frequently organize fleet operations, just for practice. Outside of military training, groups of scientists in training often produce valuable insights and breakthroughs.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?
Yes, immediately upon entering the Disorder.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?
Yes. Noncitizen (slave) populations are allowed to be instructed only approved topics.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?
No. They all have their own slight biases. Which is fine.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?
It is regularly assumed that if someone believes they know everything, they are delusional. No one is ever truly 'finished' learning.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?
The Disorder has been in existence for 12 years. An average would not mean much.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?
Extremely small, <1%.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?
Sort of. Most everything the Disorder does can be thought of as an extracirricular activity.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?
Yes, extremely so. The best way to learn how to dock spaceships is to fly spaceships and dock them to each other. Such hands-on learning is very common within the Disorder.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?
1 galactic year of military service is required upon joining the Disorder. This mostly serves the imperative of military preparedness, so that everyone knows how to fly a warship, drive a hovertank, shoot a plasma cannon, and spot targets for airstrikes and orbital strikes. Core compentency with military technology also helps scientists develop better weapons.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?
100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?
100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?
N/A, no third stage of education exists.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?
This is close to 100%, but there are probably a few random berserkers in the Disorder who never needed to pick up the skills to read or write, and now use memory-exchange technology.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?
Almost 100%. It is very rare (and actively discouraged) to hide scientific information, though it is not quite expressly forbidden.
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?
In some cases. In military training, when you're guiding a missile down from orbit, it's generally expected that you blow up your target.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?
The military has a loose assortment of guidelines that they consider 'core competency'.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
IDK, it seems pretty good. The Disorder is a very weird edge-case, and I feel like I described their extremely weird system of education okay. There wasn't a great place to go into detail about how memories are stored and uploaded, or a compare-and-contrast of why hands-on learning isn't a substitute for having someone else's knowledge and memories copy-pasted into your brain. It's also worth noting that all students are adult students. Children do not exist anywhere in the Disorder - population growth other than immigration/recruitment is banned.
Are you satisfied with this index?
Yes, I had fun with it! Mission accomplished!
Last edited by The Disorder on Fri Nov 27, 2020 4:29 am, edited 5 times in total.
A secular destruction-cult, a rogue nation of space nomads, militarized mad scientists & anarchists.

NS Stats for The Disorder are not IC. These are.
A 4.333 civilization, according to this index.

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Destyntine
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Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Destyntine » Fri Nov 27, 2020 4:30 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Technocratic Space Kingdom of Destyntine
The technology level of your nation: FT
The IC population of your nation: 1.6 Billion
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
Pre-Minor (3-4)
Minor (5-11)
Major (12-16)
Specialization/College (17+)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6 years.
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. These are taught in cultural class.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. Anti-bullying programs are open to all and psychologists are stationed in every school.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Almost non-existant.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Rare, although colleges allow the use of cannabis in permitted areas.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes, all minor and major schools are public. Specialization schools exist as both public and private.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 15/1,000
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 20.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $35,000
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. Only 1% of schools refuses tech for religious reasons.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No, all parts have access.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Children are taught nationalism and cultural mannersisms.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No, this would be against their contracts.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes, as long as they are Destynic in origin and certified by the education administration.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, if their methods are certified for use.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Teachers have a labour union but it has little power.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes. Student Councils are responsible for holding school events and planning holiday ideas.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Teachers who go against Destyntine's constitution will be breaching their contracts, which could lead them to losing their jobs.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 18
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20.4
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 0.2%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? No, as long as cultural mannerisms are covered.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.99%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 92% (Counting colleges too.)
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Nope!
Are you satisfied with this index? Yep!
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Of Zigarozia
Secretary
 
Posts: 27
Founded: Dec 25, 2019
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Of Zigarozia » Fri Nov 27, 2020 4:31 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Holy Empire of Of Zigarozia
The technology level of your nation: about 50-80 years more advanced than today
The IC population of your nation: 5,703,000
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Preschool: y=ages 3-5, Elementary- grades 1-5 (grade 1=6 years of age), middle school grades 6-8, high school grades 9-13.

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? somewhat
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? no
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? no
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? no
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? around 7.6% of government schools have reported problems, but actual estimates are at 9% of all schools
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? very low- only 18 cases last year


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. yes for all levels. Private schools do exist as well, and schooling is free.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 94
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 13%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? in USD, around 1000$, though if their meal is subsidized, it rises to 5000$ for low income students. Total average=2304.45$/year
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? laptops are provided to all classrooms, 33.4% of schools have more advanced learning technology
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? yes, but students can bring their own meals and they are free for low-income students.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? somewhat
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? some tribal areas refuse to send their children to government schools, however they remain adequately homeschooled.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? no
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? of adult content for young children
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? no
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? no
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? they are encouraged to
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? no
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? to some extent
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? yes, it holds a small amount of sway
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? yes, all schools have systems of student government that vary from school to school. 3.6% are almost entirely student-run, while 7.6% have no form of student government.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? after the 8th,10th,and 12th grades, though some subjects remain compulsory after 8th grade, i.e. math.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? no
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? they are expected to be but it is not enforced.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 16
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 15.98
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1.78%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? yes and yes
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? until the 12th grade
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99.98%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 99.99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.87% (including those with dsylexia)

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 96.87%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? yes
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? no
Are you satisfied with this index?yes

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Dominant Oppressors
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 360
Founded: Aug 01, 2019
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Dominant Oppressors » Fri Nov 27, 2020 4:49 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Holy Christian Empire of Dominant Oppressors
The technology level of your nation: Broadly Modern Tech, slightly Post-Modern Tech
The IC population of your nation: 83.02 million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: N/A

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Four Years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Five Years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Seven Years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Mildly, but no real emphasis on it
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Very Rare
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Extremely Rare


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Public Schools, Private Schools and Church Schools are all available options up to University Level
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 6.23
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 14.842 Trillion Kybers
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 8500 Kybers
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 96%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Laptops yes, everything else (tablets and VR) is only for certain lessons where it is nessesary
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Yes, absolutely
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? Yes
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? Yes
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? If they use the correct channels (very limited ability to dissent)
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? If they use the correct channels (very limited ability to dissent)
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? No
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, about the same amount of power as in most nations but subject entirely to the will of the Monarch if they do something which displeases him
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, the power of the student council is up to the individual school's administration, usually they are very influential.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? To a certain extent, not in relation to the Holy Emperor.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? At least till completion of Secondary (5-16), most stay until University.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 5-25
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 2.3%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes to Both
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 96%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.8%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 33.3%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Mostly
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Not really, except for maybe the option to be notified via telegram with the results when they are complete
Are you satisfied with this index? Extremely so, yes, thank you very much :)
My IC Character likes to collect titles, especially from foreign nations, if you would like to grant me one, you may do so here: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=482842&Start=1
Titles will be granted in return and your involvement is greatly appreciated,
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The Norden Utopia
Bureaucrat
 
Posts: 56
Founded: Apr 21, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby The Norden Utopia » Fri Nov 27, 2020 3:50 pm

Quarvian Stellar Union wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The The United Socialist States of The Quarvian Stellar Union
The technology level of your nation: MT-PMT (20 minutes into the future-esque)
The IC population of your nation: 14 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Pre-Term (4-6 y.o.) / Term (7-17 y.o) / Furthering Education (17 y.o.+)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 6 (Bachelor's Equivalent)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 6 (Bachelor's Equivalent)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? ISCED 8 (Doctoral Equivalent) or a Trade Certification
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Teachers of all levels are required to have an understanding of pedagogy, as a focus for secondary and primary school teachers, and as a minor for tertiary teachers
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes, Teacher's are front-line members of political parties and expected to express civic values
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? No
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Limited, 12-14% report bullying incidents on a consistent basis
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Infrequent, 12% report using drugs or alcohol


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes, all students are expected to undergo pre-term and term education to 17, with more receiving further education
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 8.11
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 15%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? ~$22,000
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 88%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes, 56% of student report daily use, and 33% more report weekly use.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, free to all students
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes, teacher salaries are above average for a bachelor's earner.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Yes
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? To some extent.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? In the sense that school personal are civic minded individuals.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? No. No one can.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? No.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? To some extent,
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, a lot...
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, each secondary school has a political organization whose head (a final year student) is a voting member of the school board.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? No.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? No, they are frontline members of political parties

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 14
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 16.3
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes. and Yes
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Mostly
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? ~100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? ~100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 12.7%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? ~100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes, on a four year basis
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? For the most part
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
Are you satisfied with this index?


The quarvian educational system has been assigned a total score of 77 by the Opetusministeriö independent analysis team, which falls under the High category. We consider the formation of values and infrastructure to be of top quality, whilst the biggest problem of the quarvian system is an overall lack of freedom in its classrooms and the extremely low percentage of citizens with access to tertiary education.

The Disorder wrote:The Disorder is a pretty advanced FT/FanT nation, so let's see how this goes!

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):
The Order of Disorder ((Rogue Nation of The Disorder))
The technology level of your nation:
FT/FanT (far-future FTL, far-future magitech, no nanotech or magic-equivelent)
The IC population of your nation:
17,804 Citizens + 496,134 Noncitizens
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
- Military (First galactic-year in The Disorder)
- Post-Military (After that)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
The Disorder has only been around for 12 years, and most of its military tech is newer than that. So this is highly variable.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
Post-military scientists (which double as educators) commonly have hundreds or even thousands of years of cumulative experience, thanks to memory-transfer technology.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
N/A
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?
Not particularly. It is generally expected that those with relevant experience instruct those seeking it.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?
Yes, but this is largely an afterthought. Disorder recruitment/immigration standards are very stringent, ensuring that only individuals that share the Disorder's motivations and values join. Very little additional civic imprinting is necessary.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?
No. Baseline emotional intelligence is a requirement for entry into The Disorder. People that lack this are not allowed to join.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?
No.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
Not particularly.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
In extreme cases, but this is incredibly rare.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?
Practically non-existent.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?
Use of mind-altering substances for recreational or occupational reasons is extremely common.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
Education is highly informal, but publicly available.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
Almost 100% of the Disorder's population is in a position to impart their knowledge to others.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?
In an economy with no currency, the resource cost of this falls between 1% and 4%. Depending on how you are counting.
What is the average spending per student in your nation?
Difficult to answer.
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?
High-bandwidth telepathy is available to 100% of Disorder citizens.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?
All public Disorder structures are required to adhere to very high standards of cleanliness.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?
Memory cores & scientific data are publicly available.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?
Yes, to an extreme extent. Abundant supercomputer access is considered an essential service, as essential as oxygen and water.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
Yes, all Disorder citizens enjoy very high-quality food.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?
The Disorder has no centralized currency. It is generally encouraged that one trade knowledge for knowledge, to maximize the diversity of skillsets within the Disorder.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?
Yes. Disorder non-citizens (in slave-camps) experience none of these benefits.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?
No. The Disorder believes
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?
Yes. Though exceptionally rare, some subjects are deemed too catastrophically dangerous for mass education. This has happened once only, with primordial entropic magic.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?
No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?
Yes. Although because citizens are hand-picked to be congruent with the Disorder's agenda, it is very rare for one to experience more than mild & fleeting dissatisfaction.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?
Yes. Although this is also rare. Those likely to dissent against the Disorder are not admitted entry to the Disorder.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?
Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?
Yes. The system is largely self-correcting. Teachers with methods deemed 'deficient' experience fewer people coming to them & seeking knowledge, which is viewed in society as somewhat shameful. Individuals seek to avoid acquiring such a reputation, so the methods that are the most successful and desirable see widespread use.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?
They do not.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?
Yes. Groups of new military recruits frequently organize fleet operations, just for practice. Outside of military training, groups of scientists in training often produce valuable insights and breakthroughs.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?
Yes, immediately upon entering the Disorder.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?
Yes. Noncitizen (slave) populations are allowed to be instructed only approved topics.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?
No. They all have their own slight biases. Which is fine.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?
It is regularly assumed that if someone believes they know everything, they are delusional. No one is ever truly 'finished' learning.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?
The Disorder has been in existence for 12 years. An average would not mean much.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?
Extremely small, <1%.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?
Sort of. Most everything the Disorder does can be thought of as an extracirricular activity.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?
Yes, extremely so. The best way to learn how to dock spaceships is to fly spaceships and dock them to each other. Such hands-on learning is very common within the Disorder.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?
1 galactic year of military service is required upon joining the Disorder. This mostly serves the imperative of military preparedness, so that everyone knows how to fly a warship, drive a hovertank, shoot a plasma cannon, and spot targets for airstrikes and orbital strikes. Core compentency with military technology also helps scientists develop better weapons.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?
100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?
100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?
N/A, no third stage of education exists.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?
This is close to 100%, but there are probably a few random berserkers in the Disorder who never needed to pick up the skills to read or write, and now use memory-exchange technology.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?
Almost 100%. It is very rare (and actively discouraged) to hide scientific information, though it is not quite expressly forbidden.
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?
In some cases. In military training, when you're guiding a missile down from orbit, it's generally expected that you blow up your target.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?
The military has a loose assortment of guidelines that they consider 'core competency'.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
IDK, it seems pretty good. The Disorder is a very weird edge-case, and I feel like I described their extremely weird system of education okay. There wasn't a great place to go into detail about how memories are stored and uploaded, or a compare-and-contrast of why hands-on learning isn't a substitute for having someone else's knowledge and memories copy-pasted into your brain. It's also worth noting that all students are adult students. Children do not exist anywhere in the Disorder - population growth other than immigration/recruitment is banned.
Are you satisfied with this index?
Yes, I had fun with it! Mission accomplished!


The Disorder's educational system has received an overall score of 75.5, falling in the category of High, as stated by the Opetusministeriö independent analysis team. We have determined the structural quality and the formation of values of your system to be of good quality. Thoroughly, some aspects, such as the inexistence of a teratiary education institution and the lack of freedom, along with the exclusion of the so-called "Non-citizens" (which compose the majority of the population) are quite worrying.

Destyntine wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Technocratic Space Kingdom of Destyntine
The technology level of your nation: FT
The IC population of your nation: 1.6 Billion
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
Pre-Minor (3-4)
Minor (5-11)
Major (12-16)
Specialization/College (17+)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6 years.
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. These are taught in cultural class.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. Anti-bullying programs are open to all and psychologists are stationed in every school.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Almost non-existant.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Rare, although colleges allow the use of cannabis in permitted areas.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes, all minor and major schools are public. Specialization schools exist as both public and private.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 15/1,000
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 20.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $35,000
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. Only 1% of schools refuses tech for religious reasons.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No, all parts have access.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Children are taught nationalism and cultural mannersisms.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No, this would be against their contracts.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes, as long as they are Destynic in origin and certified by the education administration.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, if their methods are certified for use.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Teachers have a labour union but it has little power.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes. Student Councils are responsible for holding school events and planning holiday ideas.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Teachers who go against Destyntine's constitution will be breaching their contracts, which could lead them to losing their jobs.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 18
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20.4
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 0.2%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? No, as long as cultural mannerisms are covered.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.99%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 92% (Counting colleges too.)
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Nope!
Are you satisfied with this index? Yep!


The independent analysis team of the Opetusministeriö has assigned the educational system of Destyntine the score of 91.5, which falls under the very High category. The quality of infrastructure is overall undeniable, however, there seems to be some reppression of teacher's freedoms, along with an labour union which does not hold significant power to protect them.

Of Zigarozia wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Holy Empire of Of Zigarozia
The technology level of your nation: about 50-80 years more advanced than today
The IC population of your nation: 5,703,000
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Preschool: y=ages 3-5, Elementary- grades 1-5 (grade 1=6 years of age), middle school grades 6-8, high school grades 9-13.

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? somewhat
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? no
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? no
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? no
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? around 7.6% of government schools have reported problems, but actual estimates are at 9% of all schools
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? very low- only 18 cases last year


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. yes for all levels. Private schools do exist as well, and schooling is free.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 94
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 13%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? in USD, around 1000$, though if their meal is subsidized, it rises to 5000$ for low income students. Total average=2304.45$/year
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? laptops are provided to all classrooms, 33.4% of schools have more advanced learning technology
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? yes, but students can bring their own meals and they are free for low-income students.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? somewhat
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? some tribal areas refuse to send their children to government schools, however they remain adequately homeschooled.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? no
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? of adult content for young children
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? no
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? no
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? they are encouraged to
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? no
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? to some extent
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? yes, it holds a small amount of sway
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? yes, all schools have systems of student government that vary from school to school. 3.6% are almost entirely student-run, while 7.6% have no form of student government.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? after the 8th,10th,and 12th grades, though some subjects remain compulsory after 8th grade, i.e. math.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? no
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? they are expected to be but it is not enforced.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 16
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 15.98
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1.78%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? yes and yes
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? until the 12th grade
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99.98%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 99.99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.87% (including those with dsylexia)

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 96.87%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? yes
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? no
Are you satisfied with this index?yes


The Opetusministeriö independent analysis team gave Of Zigarozia's educational system a total score of 89, falling into the Very High bracket. We have noticed a few structural problems within your system, such as an underfunding of students and moderate undertraining for tertiary education personnel, but the other categories seem to be working fully.

Dominant Oppressors wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Holy Christian Empire of Dominant Oppressors
The technology level of your nation: Broadly Modern Tech, slightly Post-Modern Tech
The IC population of your nation: 83.02 million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: N/A

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Four Years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Five Years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Seven Years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Mildly, but no real emphasis on it
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Very Rare
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Extremely Rare


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Public Schools, Private Schools and Church Schools are all available options up to University Level
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 6.23
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 14.842 Trillion Kybers
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 8500 Kybers
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 96%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Laptops yes, everything else (tablets and VR) is only for certain lessons where it is nessesary
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Yes, absolutely
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? Yes
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? Yes
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? If they use the correct channels (very limited ability to dissent)
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? If they use the correct channels (very limited ability to dissent)
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? No
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, about the same amount of power as in most nations but subject entirely to the will of the Monarch if they do something which displeases him
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, the power of the student council is up to the individual school's administration, usually they are very influential.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? To a certain extent, not in relation to the Holy Emperor.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? At least till completion of Secondary (5-16), most stay until University.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 5-25
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 2.3%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes to Both
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 96%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.8%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 33.3%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Mostly
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Not really, except for maybe the option to be notified via telegram with the results when they are complete
Are you satisfied with this index? Extremely so, yes, thank you very much :)


The educational system of Dominant Oppressor's has been given a score of 79 by the Opetusministeriö independent analysis team, giving it the High category. We have observed that the infrastructure regarding Dominant Oppressor's system is of overall quality. Problems are mainly concentrated on the general freedom's for students and teachers, which are suppressed.

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Anarchy

Postby Synne Industries » Fri Nov 27, 2020 6:31 pm


Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):
    • The Corporate Republic of Synne Industries
The technology level of your nation:
    • PMT+
The IC population of your nation:
    • 981,000,000
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
    • Dependent on region and institution
      Most common standardized system (SNESA) divides ages 5 through 13 (Stage I), 13 through 19 (Stage II), and 19 through any age above (Stage +).

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 9 (SNESA)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 8 (SNESA)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 12 (SNESA)
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?
    • Very
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?
    • Somewhat
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?
    • Yes, prioritized through late Stage I and early Stage II
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?
    • Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
    • Yes, but rarely and usually outside of SNESA institutions
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
    • No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?
    • Minimal, though this is in all likelihood due to Synnian values not specific to bullying.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?
    • Somewhat rare up to late Stage II. Though the use of these substances become more prevalent with average reports of usage averaging from 8 to 11%, in most cases it is moderated though still an infringement of the law.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
    • The Synnian government had attempted to form a system of public schooling throughout the late 80s and 90s but ultimately never implemented it. The programme was passed to the corporate aspect of Synne Industries in 2003 where it was partially implemented in urbanized zones but never saw widespread development. Modern Synnia relies entirely on private schooling institutions with the majority conforming to SNESA agreements. Education is affordable to functionally all Synnians though less pricey establishments will almost always be run by Medium/High-Functioning machine intelligence.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
    • Roughly 17, not including Stage + professors.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?
    • None, viz. question 3-1
What is the average spending per student in your nation?
    • 0, see above
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?
    • 100% of recorded institutions
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?
    • Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?
    • Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?
    • Of course
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
    • The majority do to bolster their earnings. Purchasing meals come separate from initial fees and the majority of meals abide by SNESA standards.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?
    • Yes, a reasonable deal higher than other countries on average due to a variety of factors.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?
    • Only the lower portions of the SynUnder manufacturing complex but those parts are not exactly suited for human habitation in the first place.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?
    • It depends on where you draw the line between Synnian values and "political" ideology. No aspects of schooling directly act to push a certain set of ideological beliefs.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?
    • No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?
    • Of course not
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?
    • Certainly, just as any other worker may
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?
    • Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?
    • Standard schooling procedure will have to follow SNESA guidelines but teachers are free to select material of their own to use independent of standard teaching so long as it is not directly impeding the institution's ability to act as a proper educational environment.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?
    • Yes, with the permission of the schooling institution
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?
    • Several, actually. Separate administrative divisions will usually have their own teachers' union with some smaller regions with similar traits in systems and culture sharing an independent union. These unions hold a notable amount of political power for their size, roughly equating to that of pilots' unions.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?
    • Yes, though the power they hold is in most cases only local.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?
    • Yes, the last two years of Stage I offer roughly 1/4 of subjects at the selection of the student alongside the entirety of Stage II and Stage +.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?
    • Of course not.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?
    • No.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?
    • 17 to 18 and an additional 4 to 6 if one chooses to undergo heavy life-extension therapy.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?
    • Roughly 22, though this is heavily swayed by the immortal and Synnia's ever declining birth rates.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?
    • 2-3% though this is almost always tied to Synnian mandatory military service.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely accessible for all?
    • Yes, and yes. These programs may be propped up by both students and institutions.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?
    • Yes, Synnian education (under SNESA) is tailored to prepare someone for the somewhat chaotic socioeconomic landscape of Synnia.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?
    • Stage I and Stage II are in some regions, though formal education is not universally mandatory for the most part.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?
    • 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?
    • 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?
    • Roughly 99.3%, the 0.7% attributed to some far flung and developing regions of habitable SynUnder.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?
    • Over 99.99%, literacy is essential in day-to-day living in Synnia.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?
    • 0% (2085)
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?
    • Only those under SNESA
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?
    • No, there is some variation found between regions
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
    • Not really, it seems all well and good as it is now.
Are you satisfied with this index?
    • Of course.

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Democratic Socialists

Postby Anentova » Fri Nov 27, 2020 7:43 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The People's Commonwealth of Anentova
The technology level of your nation: MT
The IC population of your nation: 262,319,840
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
  • Kindergarden : 0-3 Years
  • Preschool: 3-6
  • Elementary: 7-11
  • Middle Education: 12-15
  • High School: 16-18
  • College: 19+


Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 2-3 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Moderate although bullying rates have decreased to minimal levels.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? on rare occasions


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.All educational levels are public, free and compulsory for all citizens, with the exception of the College which is optional, but in the same way it is public and free.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 50
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 18.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $502 USD
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 80%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?Yes is free and only food considered healthy is allowed.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No, any personal opinion, whether negative or positive towards the government, is limited more than explanatory purposes and they must be impartial since it seeks to encourage criticism from students and thus draw their own conclusions and that the teacher's opinion does not interfere
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, the application of new methods that help students' learning is even encouraged.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Each school has its own council of teachers, these councils collaborate with other schools and all are represented in the Great Council of Workers for Education which is one of the most important bodies in the nation and participates in the People's Committee and Councils, national legislative body.
This Great Council of Workers for Education has the capacity for self-management in terms of its educational plan, resource management and the possibility of carrying out actions for itself as long as it is in its power.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Strengthening participation as future citizens, students are free to form their own student council where they will simulate, among what is possible, the society in which they will face in school facilities.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? From the half of the school year of the Middle Education, students are able to choose their subjects.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 24 years
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20 years
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? Only 0.4%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, extracurricular activities are optional and exclusive for all students. With the exception of the Social Service which is mandatory after the age of 16.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes, the aim is to make students understand the application of everything they have learned in everyday life. A new program that implements kinesthetic learning is applied at all educational levels and for high school and college education students are applied as practitioners of their desired career.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 96.6%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 93.2%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 90.9%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.99%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Not necessarily
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No
Are you satisfied with this index?Yes


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Founded: Nov 17, 2020
Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby The Disorder » Sat Nov 28, 2020 12:41 am

The Norden Utopia wrote:The Disorder's educational system has received an overall score of 75.5, falling in the category of High, as stated by the Opetusministeriö independent analysis team. We have determined the structural quality and the formation of values of your system to be of good quality. Thoroughly, some aspects, such as the inexistence of a teratiary education institution and the lack of freedom, along with the exclusion of the so-called "Non-citizens" (which compose the majority of the population) are quite worrying.


Absurdly advanced but highly worrisome is exactly the impression that The Disorder is supposed to make! Keep up the awesome work!

I'm imagining some of the analysts at the Opetusministeriö reviewing info about the Disorder, and going :shock: WTF?
A secular destruction-cult, a rogue nation of space nomads, militarized mad scientists & anarchists.

NS Stats for The Disorder are not IC. These are.
A 4.333 civilization, according to this index.

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Carrelie
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 117
Founded: Feb 21, 2018
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Carrelie » Sat Nov 28, 2020 3:45 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): Carrelian Empire
The technology level of your nation: MT
The IC population of your nation: 756 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Eile-Fenn (Pre-School), 3-5; Dúness-Fenn (Primary), 5-11; Deín-Fenn (Secondary), 11-18; Coudénare (College), 18-23; Vastorinée (University)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 7
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 11
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? No
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? Yes, though not very prevalent. The most common punishment is 'the Crow', a crow that a misbehaved student would have to wear on their head.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? A bit
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Not very in Dúness-Fenn or Deín-Fenn, quite in Vastorinée


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 142.7
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 12.51%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $3500, that's 1495 Valires
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 98.7%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, with some nutritional value
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? Very few

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? No
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, they hold some power
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? Some
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 15
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1.45%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, though they are not accessible
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Some
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99.71%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 94.71%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 81.62%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.82%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 74.51%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Mostly
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes
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0stenberg
Political Columnist
 
Posts: 4
Founded: Aug 12, 2020
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Multiversal Educational Index

Postby 0stenberg » Sat Nov 28, 2020 4:35 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):The dictatorship of Östenberg
The technology level of your nation:MT
The IC population of your nation:12.423.874
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:

Niewbчöed in Яöskotçп - ages 3-5
Vööяöpчeiding - ages 6-10
vööяшäчig vöögdiю - ages 11-15
Vööяbeяeidend - ages 16-18
äkädeшie - age 19

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?2 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?4 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?7 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes. It's one of the hardest universities and they also need state approbation to be a teacher.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled in your nation? Yes. Discipline and knowledge are the most important thing in Östenbergian schools, dissidence is met with punishment.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?No.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?Yes, Commonly used throughout Östenberg to punish disobedience.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?Yes, Rare but are present in the whole nation, normally used in severe cases of disobedience, bullying or vandalism.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?Non-existent, any minor case of bullying is met with severe physical and emotional punishments.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?Non-existent, any minor case of drug or alcohol use is met with severe physical and emotional punishments or in some cases legal actions.

Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. It's completely public with private education banned.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?11.8 per 1,000
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?around 10%
What is the average spending per student in your nation?$71.289 per student
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?100%, during a school modernization program in 2002 wifi was installed in all Östenbergian schools.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?Yes. The "clean space, clean head" program was introduced in 1956 where students and teachers would regularly clean and maintain their classroom and school facilities.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?All except VR, also from the 2002 project.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, meals at school are normally served with a pattern of meat, carb-rich side, vegetables, fruit as dessert and juice.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?Yes, a teacher gains 5x the Östenbergian minimum wage.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?No, education is mandatory with the risk of fine or incarceration.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?Yes. Only state-approved material is presented in class.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?Yes. Material that goes against the state is banned from school grounds.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?Yes. There are at least 2 GS members in each school of Östenberg.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?No, In case so execution will be followed.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?Yes, they can express anti-government thots but not start any action against the government (EG: start a protest or movement against the government).
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?No. Only state-approved material is presented in class.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?Yes.
Do teachers in your nation have a labor union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?Yes. It can propose any kind of change in the educational system to the National Education Authority that analyzes the request and may accept or deny it. Members of the NEA are voted by the teachers and approved by the Head of Government.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?No.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?Yes.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?No. Teachers shall be openly favorable to the Östenbergian Regime.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?16 years. (Plus uni)
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?15.5 years
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?0%, Its illegal to abandon school and can lead to the student being jailed or executed.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely accessible for all?Yes, Extracurricular activities are widely available and students are encouraged to do as many as they can.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?Yes. only University is not Mandatory.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?89%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?100%
Do schools in your nation have a standardized test?Yes.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralized curriculum?Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?¯\(o_o)/¯
Are you satisfied with this index?Yes

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The Norden Utopia
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Posts: 56
Founded: Apr 21, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby The Norden Utopia » Sat Nov 28, 2020 10:04 am

Synne Industries wrote:

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):
    • The Corporate Republic of Synne Industries
The technology level of your nation:
    • PMT+
The IC population of your nation:
    • 981,000,000
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
    • Dependent on region and institution
      Most common standardized system (SNESA) divides ages 5 through 13 (Stage I), 13 through 19 (Stage II), and 19 through any age above (Stage +).

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 9 (SNESA)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 8 (SNESA)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?
    • 12 (SNESA)
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?
    • Very
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?
    • Somewhat
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?
    • Yes, prioritized through late Stage I and early Stage II
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?
    • Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
    • Yes, but rarely and usually outside of SNESA institutions
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?
    • No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?
    • Minimal, though this is in all likelihood due to Synnian values not specific to bullying.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?
    • Somewhat rare up to late Stage II. Though the use of these substances become more prevalent with average reports of usage averaging from 8 to 11%, in most cases it is moderated though still an infringement of the law.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.
    • The Synnian government had attempted to form a system of public schooling throughout the late 80s and 90s but ultimately never implemented it. The programme was passed to the corporate aspect of Synne Industries in 2003 where it was partially implemented in urbanized zones but never saw widespread development. Modern Synnia relies entirely on private schooling institutions with the majority conforming to SNESA agreements. Education is affordable to functionally all Synnians though less pricey establishments will almost always be run by Medium/High-Functioning machine intelligence.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?
    • Roughly 17, not including Stage + professors.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?
    • None, viz. question 3-1
What is the average spending per student in your nation?
    • 0, see above
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?
    • 100% of recorded institutions
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?
    • Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?
    • Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?
    • Of course
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?
    • The majority do to bolster their earnings. Purchasing meals come separate from initial fees and the majority of meals abide by SNESA standards.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?
    • Yes, a reasonable deal higher than other countries on average due to a variety of factors.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?
    • Only the lower portions of the SynUnder manufacturing complex but those parts are not exactly suited for human habitation in the first place.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?
    • It depends on where you draw the line between Synnian values and "political" ideology. No aspects of schooling directly act to push a certain set of ideological beliefs.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?
    • No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?
    • Of course not
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?
    • Certainly, just as any other worker may
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?
    • Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?
    • Standard schooling procedure will have to follow SNESA guidelines but teachers are free to select material of their own to use independent of standard teaching so long as it is not directly impeding the institution's ability to act as a proper educational environment.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?
    • Yes, with the permission of the schooling institution
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?
    • Several, actually. Separate administrative divisions will usually have their own teachers' union with some smaller regions with similar traits in systems and culture sharing an independent union. These unions hold a notable amount of political power for their size, roughly equating to that of pilots' unions.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?
    • Yes, though the power they hold is in most cases only local.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?
    • Yes, the last two years of Stage I offer roughly 1/4 of subjects at the selection of the student alongside the entirety of Stage II and Stage +.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?
    • Of course not.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?
    • No.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?
    • 17 to 18 and an additional 4 to 6 if one chooses to undergo heavy life-extension therapy.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?
    • Roughly 22, though this is heavily swayed by the immortal and Synnia's ever declining birth rates.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?
    • 2-3% though this is almost always tied to Synnian mandatory military service.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely accessible for all?
    • Yes, and yes. These programs may be propped up by both students and institutions.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?
    • Yes, Synnian education (under SNESA) is tailored to prepare someone for the somewhat chaotic socioeconomic landscape of Synnia.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?
    • Stage I and Stage II are in some regions, though formal education is not universally mandatory for the most part.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?
    • 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?
    • 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?
    • Roughly 99.3%, the 0.7% attributed to some far flung and developing regions of habitable SynUnder.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?
    • Over 99.99%, literacy is essential in day-to-day living in Synnia.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?
    • 0% (2085)
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?
    • Only those under SNESA
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?
    • No, there is some variation found between regions
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?
    • Not really, it seems all well and good as it is now.
Are you satisfied with this index?
    • Of course.



The Opetusministeriö independent analysts have determined the score of the synnian educational system to be 97.5, thus being placed on the Very High category. We have determined the educational structure, quality and freedom to be developed and in good quality, with few flaws being found in the formation of values, such as the use of emotional punishment and moderate presence of drugs in school grounds.

Anentova wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The People's Commonwealth of Anentova
The technology level of your nation: MT
The IC population of your nation: 262,319,840
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
  • Kindergarden : 0-3 Years
  • Preschool: 3-6
  • Elementary: 7-11
  • Middle Education: 12-15
  • High School: 16-18
  • College: 19+


Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 2-3 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Moderate although bullying rates have decreased to minimal levels.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? on rare occasions


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.All educational levels are public, free and compulsory for all citizens, with the exception of the College which is optional, but in the same way it is public and free.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 50
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 18.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $502 USD
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 80%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?Yes is free and only food considered healthy is allowed.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? No, any personal opinion, whether negative or positive towards the government, is limited more than explanatory purposes and they must be impartial since it seeks to encourage criticism from students and thus draw their own conclusions and that the teacher's opinion does not interfere
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, the application of new methods that help students' learning is even encouraged.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Each school has its own council of teachers, these councils collaborate with other schools and all are represented in the Great Council of Workers for Education which is one of the most important bodies in the nation and participates in the People's Committee and Councils, national legislative body.
This Great Council of Workers for Education has the capacity for self-management in terms of its educational plan, resource management and the possibility of carrying out actions for itself as long as it is in its power.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Strengthening participation as future citizens, students are free to form their own student council where they will simulate, among what is possible, the society in which they will face in school facilities.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? From the half of the school year of the Middle Education, students are able to choose their subjects.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 24 years
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20 years
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? Only 0.4%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, extracurricular activities are optional and exclusive for all students. With the exception of the Social Service which is mandatory after the age of 16.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes, the aim is to make students understand the application of everything they have learned in everyday life. A new program that implements kinesthetic learning is applied at all educational levels and for high school and college education students are applied as practitioners of their desired career.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 96.6%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 93.2%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 90.9%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.99%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Not necessarily
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No
Are you satisfied with this index?Yes


The Opetuministeriö independent analysis team has determined the score of Anentova's educational system to be 93.5, which falls on the Very High bracket. The structural quality of the anentovan educational system is highly developed, whilst the system has minimal flaws in ensuring educational freedom, with teachers not being able to express dissent in their personal lives.

Carrelie wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): Carrelian Empire
The technology level of your nation: MT
The IC population of your nation: 756 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Eile-Fenn (Pre-School), 3-5; Dúness-Fenn (Primary), 5-11; Deín-Fenn (Secondary), 11-18; Coudénare (College), 18-23; Vastorinée (University)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 7
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 11
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? No
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? Yes, though not very prevalent. The most common punishment is 'the Crow', a crow that a misbehaved student would have to wear on their head.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? A bit
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Not very in Dúness-Fenn or Deín-Fenn, quite in Vastorinée


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 142.7
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 12.51%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $3500, that's 1495 Valires
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 98.7%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, with some nutritional value
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? Very few

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? No
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, they hold some power
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? Some
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 15
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 20
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 1.45%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, though they are not accessible
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Some
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99.71%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 94.71%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 81.62%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.82%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 74.51%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Mostly
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes


The Opetusministeriö independent team of analysts have assigned the carrelian educational system a total score of 93, falling on the category of Very High. We have found your educational infrastructure to be overall very developed, with a minor problem of moderate underfunding for students, whilst there exist some problems with the formation of values, with presence of emotional punishment and freedom, with teachers not having a union to defend them.

0stenberg wrote:
Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle):The dictatorship of Östenberg
The technology level of your nation:MT
The IC population of your nation:12.423.874
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:

Niewbчöed in Яöskotçп - ages 3-5
Vööяöpчeiding - ages 6-10
vööяшäчig vöögdiю - ages 11-15
Vööяbeяeidend - ages 16-18
äkädeшie - age 19

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?2 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?4 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?7 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes. It's one of the hardest universities and they also need state approbation to be a teacher.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled in your nation? Yes. Discipline and knowledge are the most important thing in Östenbergian schools, dissidence is met with punishment.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?No.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?Yes, Commonly used throughout Östenberg to punish disobedience.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?Yes, Rare but are present in the whole nation, normally used in severe cases of disobedience, bullying or vandalism.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?Non-existent, any minor case of bullying is met with severe physical and emotional punishments.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?Non-existent, any minor case of drug or alcohol use is met with severe physical and emotional punishments or in some cases legal actions.

Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. It's completely public with private education banned.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?11.8 per 1,000
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?around 10%
What is the average spending per student in your nation?$71.289 per student
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?100%, during a school modernization program in 2002 wifi was installed in all Östenbergian schools.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?Yes. The "clean space, clean head" program was introduced in 1956 where students and teachers would regularly clean and maintain their classroom and school facilities.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?All except VR, also from the 2002 project.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, meals at school are normally served with a pattern of meat, carb-rich side, vegetables, fruit as dessert and juice.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?Yes, a teacher gains 5x the Östenbergian minimum wage.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?No, education is mandatory with the risk of fine or incarceration.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?Yes. Only state-approved material is presented in class.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?Yes. Material that goes against the state is banned from school grounds.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?Yes. There are at least 2 GS members in each school of Östenberg.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?No, In case so execution will be followed.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?Yes, they can express anti-government thots but not start any action against the government (EG: start a protest or movement against the government).
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?No. Only state-approved material is presented in class.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?Yes.
Do teachers in your nation have a labor union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?Yes. It can propose any kind of change in the educational system to the National Education Authority that analyzes the request and may accept or deny it. Members of the NEA are voted by the teachers and approved by the Head of Government.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?No.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?Yes.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?No. Teachers shall be openly favorable to the Östenbergian Regime.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?16 years. (Plus uni)
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?15.5 years
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?0%, Its illegal to abandon school and can lead to the student being jailed or executed.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely accessible for all?Yes, Extracurricular activities are widely available and students are encouraged to do as many as they can.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?Yes. only University is not Mandatory.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?89%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?100%
Do schools in your nation have a standardized test?Yes.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralized curriculum?Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?¯\(o_o)/¯
Are you satisfied with this index?Yes


The Opetuministeriö independent analysis team has determined that the östenbergian educational system has reached an total score of 79, being classified as High. While the education infrastructure is of top quality, we have noted that the freedom in the östenbergian classrooms is apallingly low, with teachers and students being widely repressed, and the use of emotional and physical punishment is also worrisome.

The Disorder wrote:Absurdly advanced but highly worrisome is exactly the impression that The Disorder is supposed to make! Keep up the awesome work!

I'm imagining some of the analysts at the Opetusministeriö reviewing info about the Disorder, and going :shock: WTF?


OOC: Thanks! I do find the concept of your nation to be very unique. Kudos for such effort and creativity.

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Mordka
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Posts: 219
Founded: Aug 12, 2018
Ex-Nation

Postby Mordka » Sat Nov 28, 2020 1:08 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Republic of Mordka
The technology level of your nation: Pre-Modern Tech
The IC population of your nation: 5 bilion
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
Primary- 5-12
Secondary- 13-18
Tertary- 30+

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?: 2
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?: 4
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nationl?/b] 6
[b]Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?:
no
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?: no
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?: no
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?: no
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?: there is but it is less used
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?: yes and it is used very often in front of the class and the whole school
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?: very high and nothing is done about it
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?: non-existent (since they're both banned altogether.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate: it is all government owned but tertiary education is ridiculously expensive.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?: 20
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?: 10%
What is the average spending per student in your nation?: $50
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?: 0% (internet is banned)
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?: some of them.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?: yes
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?: no
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?: no
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?: no
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?: no

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?: yes
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?: yes at anything anti-government
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?: yes
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?: no
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?: no
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?: no
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?: no
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?: no unions are banned altogether
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?: no they cannot.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?: no
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?: yes
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?: no

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?: Primary and Secondary education is mandatory to complete.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? those doing tertiary education.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?: 10%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?: no
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?: sometimes
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?: no
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?: 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?: 90%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?: 25%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?: 20%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?: 100% but are not free
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?: yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?: yes
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?: no
Are you satisfied with this index?: yes
Last edited by Mordka on Sat Nov 28, 2020 1:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Lillorainen
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Posts: 3905
Founded: Apr 17, 2018
Capitalizt

Postby Lillorainen » Sat Nov 28, 2020 2:09 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Federation of Lillorainen.
The technology level of your nation: MT (2020).
The IC population of your nation: 96 million.
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
    Primary: age 6 to age 10.
    Secondary: age 10 to age 15.
    Tertiary: age 15 to age 17.
    University: 17+.
    (NOTE: This may vary from state to state. In some states, primary education goes until age 12, and enrollment ages in general are not universal throughout Lillorainen.)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6 years.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 7 years.
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Not by this name, but social competence is quite taught in schools.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? While not explicitly illegal except in a few states, its prevalence is near zero.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Not very, mostly due to the strong sense of community prevalent in Lillorainian culture. It may occasionally occur in primary schools, but it usually stops once children grow older.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Alcohol use does occur every now and then, and so does cigarette smoking (the latter being mostly allowed, the former mostly not during school hours). Other drugs are rare, though.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Education is universally public. Private schools for secondary and tertiary education are a thing, but they are not overly prevalent.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 8.16.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 12.8% is the average percentage among Lillorainian states.
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $21,038 (2019).
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 94%.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Most do, and there are excessive efforts to improve on this more due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. This is pretty much a universal standard.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes. It's either free or very cheap, depending on which state you're in.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes. Teachers' salary is usually above the national income.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? One could argue, that the ideology of the Meritocratic Unity Party is taught to students quite intensely, mostly because it's necessary to understand in order to understand the Federation's political system as a whole, but it's (mostly) not "sold" as the one ideology, and other government systems are taught as well. Other subjects than Politics/Economics are quite free from ideological indoctrination.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? Not really, no.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes. Freedom of expression is a thing that exists.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Educational materials are mostly chosen by the State Ministries of Education, but teachers' unions may demand corrections, should a vast majority of teachers consider certain material inappropriate or factually wrong.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes. As said above, they are quite powerful.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? When talking about schools (until tertiary education), that depends on the school. Universities, however, have these almost universally.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? While state legislation determines where that "certain point" is, it's practically universal throughout Lillorainen, that students are given a choice somewhere around late secondary/tertiary education.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? For most of the time ...

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 16 years, if including university; 12 to 13 years (depending on the state), if not including university.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 12.9 years.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 13.4%. Primary and secondary education are mandatory.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, and yes.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Well, this depends on which student you ask and about which subject. ;) Jokes aside, it is attempted to, with varying success, but in general, school is considered to teach in a useful manner.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes, until secondary education (mostly after 9 years).
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 98.3%.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? >99%.

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? ~99%.
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes. While each state sets its own, within which it does follow the same standard, the tests can be considered following a similar nationwide standard for most of the time.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes - see above.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? None I could think of.
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes. Good job!
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Since Lillorainen's geography is currently being overhauled a 'tiny' bit, most information on it posted before December 12, 2018, is not entirely reliable anymore. Until there's a new, proper factfile, everything you might need to know can be found here. Thank you. #RetconOfDoom (Very late update, 2020/08/30 - it's still going on ...)

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Socialist States of Ludistan
Envoy
 
Posts: 299
Founded: Apr 21, 2020
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Socialist States of Ludistan » Sat Nov 28, 2020 2:17 pm

What an interesting idea!

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Democratic Empire of Socialist States of Ludistan
The technology level of your nation: Futuristic
The IC population of your nation: Same as OOC
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Elementary: 6-11
Middle school: 12-14
High school: 15-18
College: 19+


Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 3.5 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6.5 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 9 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? No
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? Yes, teachers are allowed to lightly hit a very disobedient child, if allowed to by parents.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Only 0.4% of children have experienced bullying.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Alcohol is banned in school grounds, drugs are only allowed if they help you concentrate. And if you have gotten permission from the parents, school and police.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. All education is public, however it’s the school, and not the state, that decides what to teach.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 14
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 15.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 87.869$
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes, and if not the school will get new leadership, and the principal will be fined
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes, but in the form of tablets
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? No, but it is required that students have their own food with them for lunch.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes, one of the best paying jobs.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Most schools are negative towards imperialism and fascism, but that is by choice.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? No, most teachers are happy with their pay.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? In certain schools, yes, but their power ranges from school to school.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes, that is what is expected of a teacher.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 14 years.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 16.years.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 9.3%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, and yes.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Mostly yes, and if no the student can report it and with enough signatures it will be forced to change by the state.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? No
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 98.6%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 94.3%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 86.4%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 99.3%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? No
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No, I’m satisfied.
Are you satisfied with this index? It’s very well made, I’m not disappointed.
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Ideal Britain
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Posts: 1592
Founded: Mar 31, 2020
Democratic Socialists

Postby Ideal Britain » Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:49 am

Index Application


Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): Holy Abrahamic Kingdom of Great Britain
The technology level of your nation:post-modern tech
The IC population of your nation:78.79 million

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation?: Three year Bachelor of Education
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?: two year, three year or four year subject degree followed by one year PGCE (post-graduate certificate in education)
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?: 5-6 years (Bachelors Degree then Doctorate)
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?: yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?: Yes, students are taught philosophy for year nine (13-14) and citizenship from year 7. The value of individual liberty and patriotic loyalty is taught from a young age.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools?: yes.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students?: yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?: no.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?: no.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?: not at all prevalent. Only 5.1% of students in surveys admit to being bullied.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools?: almost unheard of.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate: There is public education from primary (age 6) to university.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?: 45
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?50.5%
What is the average spending per student in your nation?: £12,000
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?: 100% of state schools and 96.66% of private schools.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?: yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?: 98.55% of schools do.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms?: 96.65% do.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?: they offer meals to the poorer students and these meals are public and highly nutritious.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?: yes teaching is in the top 20 best paid jobs.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?:no.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?:
Yes. Citizenship is influenced to produce patriots.

Is there censorship in your nation's schools?: Only of hate speech and obscenity.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters?:No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?: yes.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?: yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?: yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?: yes.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?: there are a number of teachers unions the ATL (Association of Teachers and Lecturers) and NUT (National Union of Teachers) are both immensely powerful and are consulted regularly by the government.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?: They can and in secondary schools they are very powerful. In primary schools, however ,they lack power.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?: yes after the age of 14.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?: No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?: No. They are loyal to the Labour government.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?:12 years.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?: 12.5 years.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling?: 2.5% (mostly to enlist in the military)
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?: Yes and yes.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?: yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?: yes, academic education is mandatory till 16, 16 years olds must be in either academic or formal vocational education and employers of 17 year olds must provide some form of training. So the minimum age to leave formal education is 17 (seventeen).
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?: 99.5%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?:98.5%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?: 49.64%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?: 99.99%

What percentage of your nation's schools are public?: 65.5%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?: yes.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?: yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?: more detail, more questions.
Are you satisfied with this index?: yes.
A nation that does represent my views set in Britain in the late 2040s.
Current year: 2048
Leader:
Air-Commodore Sir Alexander Khan, Knight of the Garter, Commander of the British Empire, Bachelor of Science, MP.

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Shadow Deix
Secretary
 
Posts: 34
Founded: Jul 21, 2016
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Shadow Deix » Sun Nov 29, 2020 8:30 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Triocracy of Shadow Deix
The technology level of your nation:Modern Era
The IC population of your nation: 72.47 million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Łinal (kindergarten, grade 1 and 2), sķinar (grade 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) jâkil (grade 8-13), ğradina (any form of education above grade 13)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? Two years training, qualifications in childcare, etc.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation?Three years, also requiring qualifications in childcare.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation?A degree in the relevant subject, and a bachelor in teaching (this is a subject in university for those who aspire to be one).
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation?Yes, as they are required the qualifications above, and, in special needs schools (where a person who has a particular difference in how they work goes), they are required a higher level in teaching then what would be required in a regular school. Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation?Yes, values/citizenship lessons are taught upon entrance into ķriva (grades 3, 4, 5 and 6), and ôpul (grade 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,) sķinia (grades 12, 13, and any upper education aside from university)
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes, but it is only available to those who want it.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes, they are, (see above)
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No, those punishments were outlawed in 1958.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it?No, that was outlawed in 1957.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools?In a recent survey by the Office of National Statistics, out of 100 students, only 2 stated they were bullied.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Very low.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate.Yes.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation?Roughly 26 (for all schools).
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education?34.2%
What is the average spending per student in your nation?€16,000.
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access?It is optional to schools, but it is required for computing, so the roughly 75% of schools that do teach it have it.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene?Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks?Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. VR may occasionally be used, but that is mostly in STEM schools or, used as a result of good behaviour by a child (applies to all schools).
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value?Yes, they are free, and are wholesome and healthy (usually an apple, a biscuit, a sandwich/wrap, or similar)
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation?(I thought for a second this was talking about food, apologies: it has been edited) Teachers are very much respected, and are given high salaries (there is no particular preference but primary school teachers earn slightly less)
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education?No, there are not, although rural schools are slightly more prone to people who drop out of school early.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students?Of course not.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools?No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? Oh lord, definitely not, that would be a breach of civil rights.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government?Yes, they may.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government?Yes, they are entitled to different political opinions. Besides, how can we find out?
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used?Yes, but they have to be appropriate to the curriculum.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods?Yes, aside from child abuse methods.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold?Yes, there are two, one for the "secondary" teachers (who teach subjects not in the three main subjects, Math, Science, English/Literacy). It holds a fair amount of power, and can help teachers with school problems, etc.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold?Yes, they hold power to some degree. School councils in a particular department can meet together to collaborate about regional issues, etc.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point?Yes, but this is only by škinar (university).
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors?No, all are welcome.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial?They are required to be, yes.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation?The preferable requirement of years in school is 13 (a year = a grade). Anything above that is very good, and recommended.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 16.01 (most students try to go to university which is at 16/17
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 0.02%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all?They are also optional, but preferable. The 98% that choose it, are required to make it available to every student (obviously if you don't want it then you don't have to).
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful?Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation?No, but it is preferable, obviously. And most do it, anyway.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education?100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education?99.8%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education?It is optional, so it's not really known.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language?99.8% (excluding babies, obviously)

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 98%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test?Yes, there are ones for each year group they enter.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum?Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index?Maybe, try to add more discussing special schools, if they are allowed, how the people in those schools are treated, etc.
Are you satisfied with this index?Yes, I believe this is suitable. Very well done, chap! :clap:
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Silvedania
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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Silvedania » Sun Nov 29, 2020 9:15 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Enjoyable Republic of Silvedania
The technology level of your nation: Current/Modern
The IC population of your nation: 149.5 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age: Underschool(Nursery - Pre-K), Early(Kindergarten-4th Grade), Middle(5th-8th Grade), Late(9th-12th)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 3-4 years, a degree in Education
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4-5 years, a degree in education
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4-5 years, a degree in Education and in the subject they are teaching
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes, so that kids are learning correct knowledge from a trustworthy source
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes. Government is taught starting at the end of Early School(4th Grade), Morality and Philosophy are incorporated starting in Kindergarten.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes. Kids are told to express their emotions and how to express them appropriately.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes, a degree in Education is required for all teachers.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Little, as it is frowned upon and people who do bully are reported and undergo anger management training.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Very little, but still found.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 27
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 38%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? 1,000 Villattes(250 NSD)
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 98%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes. Early School students are assigned tablets(for class), Middle School and Late School students are assigned laptops. VR is used occasionally throughout.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, by public spending. They don't taste the best, but they are healthy. At the end of every month, local restaurants are invited to come and cook meals as fundraisers. These restaurant made meals are individually paid for by the students.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes, as pay is high. Most teachers are in the 70% of people with the highest income.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? Up to the parents.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Mostly.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes. They have representatives in PTAs and in the general structuring of education.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes. They have representatives in the PTA.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Some are required, but there are multiple elective periods where students can choose.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Mostly.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 20(including college.) Only 12 are required, as under school and college are optional.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? 18.5
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 2%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, and accessible.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Mostly.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 97%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 99%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 89%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 91%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? At the end of each subdivision, more at the end of late.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? More about privatized schools.
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes. Good job.
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Pycos
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Founded: Nov 10, 2020
Iron Fist Socialists

Postby Pycos » Sun Nov 29, 2020 11:28 am

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Republic of Pycos
The technology level of your nation: MT/FT (Roughly in-between)
The IC population of your nation: 334 Million
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
-Primary School: Grades 1 through 5 (Ages 5 - 10)
-Intermediate School: Grades 6 through 7 (Ages 10 - 12)
-Secondary School: Grades 8 through Final (Ages 12 - 16)
-Advanced School (Optional): Ages 16+, but also 14+ with Early Start program

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 4 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5 years
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 8 years
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes, students are taught about what it means to be a citizen of Pycos.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes, and councelors are also available. By Secondary School, students are given class advisors as well.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Somewhat rare. It could still happen as often social cliques form at our schools, but effort is put into the spirit of co-operation between students.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Very rare.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes, and education is publicly-funded from Primary through Advanced School, although Advanced School has some minor fees which helps out the local government's budget.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? 19.8 per 1,000.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 18.2%
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $11,182 per student.
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%. Pycos is a planet that prides itself on functioning like an interconnected network. "High-speed" lines are built into the very groundwork of our cities, so internet usage is considered a right.
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes, most definitely. Every student has an account number and their own login. More advanced computers may be reserved for science or STEM-based classes.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes, free meals are offered to the students if they wish. They also are highly nutritious.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Teachers all have reasonable incomes, and it's often more than enough for them to pay off their own Advanced School fees.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No, every child on Pycos has a designated school district to them, and practically all people on Pycos live within city limits, so distance isn't an issue.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? Somewhat, yes. Students are taught that our current system we have now is what has allowed us to survive on this planet, but really nothing more than this.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? Athlough not enforced planet-wide, some schools exclude information on the 27th Executive Director in their histories, as he nearly caused a breakdown of social order across the nation.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes, because it is impractical to enforce something like that.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes, same reasons above.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes, but within reason. The textbooks must fit within the current bounds of the curriculum, and be state-approved as educational material.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes, as long as it stays within the bounds of the state curriculum. Secondary and Advanced teachers have a bit more freedom, as a lot of them are teaching optional or elective classes.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? The All-Pycos Organization of Educators exists, and all teachers are members of it. While many rights for workers are guaranteed already, the APOE can petition the government over unfair treatment, and can go on strike.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? The largest student organizations per school are school clubs. After a club reaches a few certain requirements, a club can register themselves as official. They can be granted funding for projects, and participate in school-wide or even local events.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? By Intermediate School, students can choose one elective class per quarter. By Secondary School, students can choose any class they want, as long as the required class credits for graduation are fulfilled by Final year. Advanced Schools funcion the same way that a university does, where students are free to choose classes they want to take.
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? From Primary to Secondary schools, teachers need to be impartial. In Advanced school, teachers can express their own opinions, but the student also has the right to drop the class if they feel uncomfortable.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 11 - 15 years, depending if one is going for an Advanced education.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation?13.3
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 38%, as some people don't feel the need for an Advaned education. It is against the law to drop out of Primary, Intermediary, or Secondary schools.
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely acessible for all? Yes, and schools are open year-round to all people.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes, and that's why Pycos gives the freedom to Secondary students to find the classes that they find important to them.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? Yes, until Advanced Education.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 85.8%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 100%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes, at the end of every school level, a standardized test is held.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralised curriculum? Yes, however members of the APOE can make suggestions for adjustments.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? Not really, looks good to me.
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes.
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AltValues results:
-Social Axis: 66.7% collective
-Economic Axis: 79.2% planned
-Essence Worldview: 95.8% constructivist
-Moral Worldview: 54.2% pragmatic
-Applicability: 71.9% universal
-Ecological Axis: 66.7% industrial
-Social Politicization: 75% politicized
-Religious Axis: 93.7% atheist
-Aesthetics: 66.7% futuristic

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Mobius and the Biscay
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Founded: Feb 07, 2020
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Mobius and the Biscay » Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:25 pm

Section I - Basic Information
The full name of your nation (including pretitle): The Kingdom of Mobius and the Biscay
The technology level of your nation: MT
The IC population of your nation: 21,061,446
(Optional) The educational subdivisions of your nation's educational system per age:
[*] Nursery School (Optional) - Ages 3-6
[*] Primary School - Ages 6-11
[*] Secondary School - Ages 11-15
[*] Tertiary School - Ages 15-18/19/22/24 (Depends on the bachelor program and whether the student chose to do an optional associate's degree)
[*] Post-Tertiary Education (Optional) - Ages 18/19/22/24-22/23/24/25/26/27/28/30/31/33/34/36 (Depends on when the student finishes tertiary school and whether the student chose to pursue their master's and even doctorate)

Section II - Formation & Values

How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for primary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 5-6 years of rigorous training.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for secondary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 6-7 years of rigorous training.
How many years of training do teachers of your nation undergo for tertiary education (or equivalent) in your nation? 7-8 years of rigorous training.
Is the formation of teachers handled carefully in your nation? Yes.
Is the formation of civic values on students well-handled on your nation? Yes.
Is emotional intelligence taught at your nation's schools? Yes.
Are teachers of your nation educated on the balanced handling of students? Yes.
Is there emotional punishment (such as dunce caps or dark rooms) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
Is there physical punishment (such as paddling) in your nation's schools? If so, how prevalent is it? No.
How prevalent is bullying in your nation's schools? Very rare to non-existent.
How prevalent is drug and alcohol use in your nation's schools? Very rare to non-existent.


Section III - Educational Structure

Is there public education in your nation? If not or only partially (e.g: only primary education), elaborate. Yes.
How many teachers per 1,000 citizens are there in your nation? Approx. 341 in 1000 citizens are teachers.
What percentage of your national budget is spent on education? 5.1% of the GDP ($223,125,000,000)
What is the average spending per student in your nation? $45,316
What is the percentage of schools in your nation that have internet access? 100%
Do schools in your country meet an acceptable standard of habitability and hygiene? Yes.
Do schools in your country have quality educational material, such as textbooks? Yes.
Do schools in your country use of technology, such as VR, laptops and tablets, in classrooms? Yes.
Do schools in your country offer meals to students? If so, are they public and abiding by an acceptable nutritional value? Yes to both.
Are teachers given reasonable remuneration in your nation? Yes.
Are there parts of your nation that do not have access to formal education? No.

Section IV- Educational Freedom

Are school subjects in your nation influenced or altered in order to ideologically influence students? No.
Is there censorship in your nation's schools? No.
Are schools in your nation surveilled by government agents in order to find dissenters? No.
Can teachers in your nation express, in their personal life, dissent against the government? Yes.
Can students in your nation express dissent against the government? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose the educational material (such as textbooks) used? Yes.
Can teachers in your nation choose their educational methods? Yes.
Do teachers in your nation have an labour union (or equivalent)? If so, how much power does it hold? Yes, and they're rather powerful.
Can students in your nation organize school groups (such as student councils)? If so, how much power do they hold? Yes, and they too are rather powerful.
Can students in your nation choose their subjects after a certain point? Yes, as soon as they enter tertiary school (Mobian equivalent to high school in America)
Do schools in your country discriminate against certain societal sectors? No.
Are teachers in your nation politically impartial? Yes.

Section V - Educational Quality

What are the expected years of schooling in your nation? 12 years at least, 33 years at most.
What are the mean years of schooling in your nation? On average, the years of schooling is 24.5 years.
What is the percentage of students in your nation who abandon education before the expected years of schooling? 0%
Are there extracurricular activities in your nation's schools? If so, are they widely accessible for all? Yes to both.
Are school subjects in your nation taught in a way students find it useful? Yes.
Is formal education, to a certain point, mandatory in your nation? It's mandatory from the age of 6 until they graduate from tertiary school.
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to primary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to secondary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation that has access to tertiary education? 100%
What is the percentage of citizens in your nation literate in at least one language? 100%

(Optional) VI - Additional Information
(NOTE: This section is optional and serves only to collect more data about your nation. The questions here will not affect your final score).

What percentage of your nation's schools are public? 98.5%
Do schools in your nation have an standardized test? Yes, two in fact.
Do schools in your nation follow a centralized curriculum? Yes.
Do you have any future suggestions for this index? No.
Are you satisfied with this index? Yes.
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