Denmark’s school rankings are being compared with other European countries, and it’s hard to disagree with the results.
Danish school teachers have won a reputation as an effective and effective-sounding tool to help parents sort out what school to send their children to.
It’s been used as an indicator for what kind of school to opt for, as well as for what sort of school will suit your budget.
In addition to that, it’s used as a tool for comparing schools across the world.
In Denmark, however, the rankings have also come under fire for a number of reasons.
First, the education system has been under pressure to cut costs and cut costs.
In a recent report, the Danish Institute of Education pointed out that in the past five years, spending per pupil in Denmark has dropped from a projected average of 0.7 percent of GDP in 2008 to 0.3 percent of economic output in 2019.
And in 2019, the average Danish teacher earned around $8,200, about one-third of what a full-time employee earned in the United States.
So while it’s a lot more expensive in Denmark than in the U.S., it’s still quite affordable in Denmark.
And while the school system is not going to be able to compete with the private sector for the best teachers, it could be an attractive option for parents looking for a good, flexible option for their child.
So if you are in Denmark, the best way to know what schools you should be sending your child to is to compare their school rankings.
How Danish Schools Rank in the European Union School Rankings Denmark’s rankings are based on three factors: The number of students in the school