Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The Education System in Finland


Here's an excellent article about an American teacher's experience in Finland.  So many things are different about Finnish education.  For example, primary teachers must have a Master's and write a Master's thesis.  This gives people a lot of confidence and trust in teacher.

Furthermore, they have a shorter school day, no standardized tests hanging over their heads, and less structure.  The big pay-off is a well educated country.  

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