The current state of fundamental academic skills revealed in surveys deployed in 11 nations worldwide

The current state of fundamental academic skills revealed in surveys deployed in 11 nations worldwide

①Results of a survey

In a survey deployed in 11 nations (with responses from 11,000 participants), 94.3% of all guardians throughout the survey recognize the importance "fundamental academic skills". However, there were large divergences in comprehension satisfaction rate for "fundamental academic skills" among different nations, so a global standard for "fundamental academic skill evaluation" is thought to be necessary.

Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory
Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory

②Results of a survey

Looking at the fundamental academic skill evaluation results, "fundamental academic skills" are reported as an essential element for all of the surveyed nations. Additionally, most nations with a high ranking for average correct student test answers report fundamental academic skills as being important.

Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory
1:Correct Answer Ranking/ 2: Basic academic ability/ 3: Applied Ability/ 4: Thinking Skills
5: Language Proficiency/ 6: Ability to execute/ 7:Communication Skills
Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory

③Results of a survey

Throughout all 11 surveyed nations, most guardians and children responded, "Academic skill level should be periodically evaluated." Additionally, the guardians who responded, "Computers and tablets should be used in studying," and children who responded, "If we get to study with computers and tablets, I would be more enthusiastic about studying," were in the majority, and studying using software and apps on computers and tablets will probably become mainstream moving forward.


[Guardian] Q:
How much do you feel that this is something that is necessary to motivate your child to study more?
[Child] Q:
Do you feel that much about it being motivation and inspiration to study more?
Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory
Source: SPRIX Fundamental Academic Skills Laboratory