The questions in the questionnaire will be specific. This will allow us to compile answers in what is known as readable data structure with relative ease. The questionnaire can be designed for one of many ways. They can be administered over the telephone, online, or in person. The interviews on the other hand will be required to be done in person or through video conferencing. What is essential for this research is depth and comprehensiveness. The hallmark of this research will be the acquisition of a representational sample of data. Thus the people to be interviewed will be broken down in to classes or groups. The questionnaire and interviews will be likewise segmented. The first group the interviews will target will be the people who are directly involved in the field of education. This will include educators, professors, teachers, educational policy makers, school and college administrators, and government policy and decision makers. So much of the two education systems are based on the views of these people that it would be a mistake to ignore their views. The second group of people targeted will be the students who are put through these education systems. They will be asked to point out drawbacks or advantages in the systems as they perceive them. It is after all for them that the systems are designed. They will be asked to offer their views on the other countries education system as well. The third segment will be the general population. This will consist of parents and employers in public and private industry. They will be asked to comment on how prepared the students are of the two systems for real life work. In this manner it is hoped that the interviews and surveys and questionnaires will be through, comprehensive and address the whole society.