Vast economy boosts vs. Math advancement charts
In the following image for the Endangering prosperity video, the American Per Capita GDP increase of 20% vs. the average American wage increase of 40% vs. the average math advancements by 2 years (for Americans to the level of Singapore) are established.
To appreciate what is really going on here, please check out this 1 minute excerpt video from Professor Hanushek and Peterson.
note: currently, USL is pursuing the first series of USL-URF to revolutionize the world from math education à human capital boost à (collaborate with UNESCO/UN to make this happen much faster) à boosting GDPs à Reducing the global inequality à protecting the environments à making a much better world.
- 1 Standard deviation of math differences in PISA (or TIMMS) = 100 points in PISA = 2.3-2.5 years of math = 2% of Per Capita GDP increases
- 80-85 points of PISA math = about 2 years of school year differences of math = 1.8% of Per Capita GDP boosts
- First we will boost the 2 year math levels for the URF participating countries. After this goes global, we will continue releasing the next series to uplift the global math by over 10 years of the normal schoolings of math within 10-20 years, depending on the supports of the global community.
Here, we put the massive GDP increases for each 2 year math level advancements by countries and continents.
Although USL is capable of boosting the entire 10+ years of math learning boost quickly, there have been tremendous skepticism and resistances of such a radical idea. So we decided to walk instead of flying. So, the first releases will focus on reducing 2 years level off from students as this is more digestable for most people instead of reducing over a decade burden off sudddenly.
The time lag for the URF effects to become very tangible:
In the following analysis, we assumed that the reform of USL-URF for advancing 2 year math take about 2-4 years instead of the typical reform years that Professor Hanushek and Woesmann assumed in their analyses. Since the URF reforms will be so quick that we present here the charts after a few several reforms take place. So when you look at the charts, please assume that there will be 2-4 years of reform years, and so these charts take place after these 2-5 years and would be no immediate kick in effect.
Also, depending on the current economy of particular countries, the reform time will be a bit different:
- For the poorer, least developed countries, the reforms may literally take 2-4 years as the majority of students there – if they are lucky – finish their education with only grade 4-6.
- For the mid-tier, developing countries, the reforms may literally take 4-8 years as the majority of students there – if they are lucky – finish their education around the grades 5-9 and only 5-15% of the students may enter tertiary education.
- For the developed countries, the reforms may take 6-12 years as the majority of students graudate from high school
Later after the second or third series of URF, the entire URF reforms may take 10-15 globally.
GDP boosts vs. Math 2 year level advancements by European countries (after the first 2-4 years the reform starts, this chart kicks in.)
For North America, (after the first 2-4 years the reform starts, this chart kicks in.)
Now, let´s see more longer term progresses.
GDP boosts vs. Math 2 year level advancements by Western and Latin countries (Notice the poorer countries grow 2-2.t times faster.) (after the first 2-8 years the reform starts, this chart kicks in.)
GDP boosts vs. Math 2 year level advancements by Asian and African countries (after the first 2-4 years the reform starts, this chart kicks in.)
GDP boosts vs. Math 2 year level advancements by 12 countries as examples (after the first 3-8 years the reform starts, this charts kicking in.)
Effectively reducing the inequity of the world rapidly (after the first 2-4 years the reform starts, this chart kicks in.)