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eir child receives – but are less
confident in the overall quality of free to
attend schools in their country
4 Survey 2018
Parents across the world have high confidence
in the quality of teaching their child receives –
but are less confident in the overall quality of
free to attend schools in their country
• Parents’ confidence in the quality of teaching at their children’s schools is
high globally, with 78% rating it good or very good. However, when parents
were asked about the quality of free to attend schools in their country in
general, they were far less confident with only 45% of parents surveyed
rating them as good.
• There is little relationship between how good parents think their child’s
teaching is, and how good the education outcomes in their country are,
as measured by the PISA international educational rankings. Parents in
South Korea (43%) and Japan (60%), two countries which excel in the
PISA rankings, are among the least confident in the quality of their child’s
In December 2017, the Varkey Foundation
commissioned Ipsos Mori to carry out the most
comprehensive global study of the hopes, fears and
aspirations of parents across the world. This report
summarises the main findings.