There are many reforms introduced into the school system around the country every year in curriculum activities, governance, technology, and many others but unfortunately, most of them fail to improve the standards of education. We know their many countries who reform their education system at right time and now they higher standards education as compare to other countries.
Educational system can go in the right direction when it is led by a person who has a strong long-term vision. The leader of countries which have high performing education system believes that education is compulsory to raise people from poverty, achieve greater equality, develop a well-functioning multicultural society and make a growing economy and an increasing number of good jobs. So to make a country prosperous there is a need for someone who has the eye on future as well as on present. Many countries get success in educational department by focusing on making new reforms in the education field which has a good effect on future such as Singapore adopt this vision to propel their economy and they became successful in their vision taking no time same as that Finland does to become a modern society and economy, free from domination by larger powers.
There are many problems faced by leader while bringing reform in something as it can make an economic, social or political crisis. Such a reform effort shows significant improvement within three to five years period. But due to some political or economic issues, it can take more time to achieve success during this period if higher leadership is changed this could act as a barrier in sustaining change because other leaders may have different intentions than the first one. Understanding this problem the premier of Ontario regularly brought together all the key stakeholders such as teachers, parents, business, and students. To solve our problems as they arose, and maintain sustained support for Ontario’s reforms over a period of many years.
Countries that get success in the field of education remain determined whether they face any problem they set the same standard for all students at the state level or provincial level. For example in Australia states have come together for the first time to create a national curriculum. In Alberta, Canada, standards are set at the provincial level and examination systems ensure that in both rural and urban areas has consistent opportunity to follow these standards.