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Educate Every Child on the Planet: The World Top 20 Education Poll

Your Name and Title:Albert N. Mitchell II, CEO/ Executive DirectorSchool or Organization Name:NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational DevelopmentCo-Presenter Name(s):NoneArea of the World from Which…Continue

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The New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJMED) has released an international ranking poll that tracks 260 nations. The poll is called the World Top 20 Education Poll that ranks this year's…Continue

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Vote Online: World Top 20 Education Poll 2014 Projections Will Help Be Selected by Public Opinion

The World Top 20 Education Poll’s first quarter rankings for the World’s Best Education System will let students, teachers, and parents vote online to help select the country on March 31.The 2014 World Top 20 Education Poll ranks and monitors 220 countries education systems from five developmental levels – early-childhood…See More
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Albert Mitchell II replied to Lucy Gray's discussion Twitter list of presenters in the group Presenters - 2013 GlobaEdCon
"Hi Lucy, Thanks for all the hard work you and your staff is doing in hosting the 2013 Global Education Conference. Our Twitter URL: https://twitter.com/worldtop20 Best, Albert Mitchell II NJ MED "
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Educate Every Child on the Planet: The World Top 20 Education Poll

Your Name and Title:Albert N. Mitchell II, CEO/ Executive DirectorSchool or Organization Name:NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational DevelopmentCo-Presenter Name(s):NoneArea of the World from Which You Will Present:the United StatesLanguage in Which You Will Present:EnglishTarget Audience(s):Ministry of Education Departments, Education/Human Rights NGOs, and College StudentsShort Session Description (one line):Developing a 200 Nation's International Education/Advocate Blog NetworkFull Session…See More
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Thomas Stanley replied to Albert Mitchell II's discussion Educating Every Child on the Planet
"Albert thanks for the advice and I will try it. One thought, they would have to fund the mobile devices. "
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Albert Mitchell II replied to Albert Mitchell II's discussion Educating Every Child on the Planet
"Tom, I love your passion. But from my experience in making change in education; you have to take the initiative. May I suggest you, you reapproach your school district with a proposal to conduct a study with a group of 10 to 20 students, that you…"
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"Hi my name is Tom Stanley and I am excited to be apart of this discussion. Mobile technology in the classroom can be used for field research, group work and more. One area that I feel it can be used for is to help the "couch kids" get…"
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Educating Every Child on the Planet

The New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJMED) has released an international ranking poll that tracks 260 nations. The poll is called the World Top 20 Education Poll that ranks this year's top 20 systems.The data for the poll was gathered from 5 international organization and assured for its accuracy by each nations Ministry of Education Department.Which covers 5 areas of student development from early-childhood enrollment to college graduation rates. You can find the poll…See More
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Educating Every Child on the Planet

The New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJMED) has released an international ranking poll that tracks 260 nations. The poll is called the World Top 20 Education Poll that ranks this year's top 20 systems.The data for the poll was gathered from 5 international organization and assured for its accuracy by each nations Ministry of Education Department.Which covers 5 areas of student development from early-childhood enrollment to college graduation rates. You can find the poll…See More
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Title:
Executive Director
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New Jersey Minority Educational Development
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Camden
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
We are coordinating a national campaign to improve education standards in the U.S.
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administrator
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early-childhood to post college grad
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http://usent.org
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http://worldtop20.org
Languages Spoken:
English
Favorite Education Resources:
Prevention Program Models
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Vote Online: World Top 20 Education Poll 2014 Projections Will Help Be Selected by Public Opinion

The World Top 20 Education Poll’s first quarter rankings for the World’s Best Education System will let students, teachers, and parents vote online to help select the country on March 31.

The 2014 World Top 20 Education Poll ranks and monitors 220 countries education systems…

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