Denmark's schoolgoers performed relatively poorly in science subjects compared to kids in other OECD countries in Tuesday's release of the global 2018 Pisa education ranking,
Danish teens ranked higher than the average for OECD countries in mathematics and reading, meanwhile — as was the case in 2015.
As we have reported in the past, Danish education is often seen as an effective and healthy model, in which the well-being of pupils is primary. But recent years have seen changes and reforms implemented, challenging the whole system.
We'd like to hear about your experiences. Do your children go to school in Denmark? Did they previously go to schools in other countries?
We'll use your input in a forthcoming article which we hope will be helpful and informative for our readers.