Once class is done, she meets with a couple of more students from her classes. She then completes some grading for another class. Then she is off to another class, a four-hour class that always seems long. Halfway through their discussion, she sees her student's eyes starting to look glazed over as she packs their minds full of information. So she shows them a comic that relates to the lesson. Over the years, and with vigilant searching, she had found one for every lesson. Some are funnier than others. But whether they make everyone roll in the aisle with laughter or just produce courtesy laughs, the humor helps to rejuvenate the classroom for another long stint.
2015 has seen the rise of South Korea as the number one educational system in the world. It managed to bump its way from the second best to the best system, all in the span of three years. Korea does this for two reasons. First, they believe in working hard. Kids spend seven days of the week in school and are educated thoroughly in everything they study. Secondly, South Korea spends a lot of money on its educational system. The yearly budget for the system is slightly more than 11 billion dollars. The other Asian countries are major competition for South Korea.