Why are Finland's Schools Successful?     Print
Thursday, 22 September 2011

Why are Finland’s Schools Successful? By LynNell Hancock from Smithsonian Magazine. Finland is often cited as the benchmark for education as preparation for innovation. Crucially, the Finnish system has shunned standardized testing to measure student progress. Instead, teachers in Finland focus on engaging pupils in the name of equality as part of achieving quality. Recommended by European Affairs. (9/22)