Tuesday, September 28, 2010

If you want to be tops in the world in education...

Do what Finland does

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Pasi Sahlberg is Finland's Arne Duncan. Compare and contrast. 

1 comment:

  1. He's on the money. Kids don't need more schooling, (longer day, longer year), they need a better/diversified/stimulating education during the school year. Testing is the complete opposite direction of Finland's success.

    You can introduce Mr. Sahlberg to Arne Duncan, but since it's not about the kids, but about busting unions, Duncan won't listen.


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