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The roots of our current education system date back to the s when it became clear that the country needed better-educated citizens if it wanted to catch up to its western neighbors in prosperity. The twin imperative for education reform was thus both social and economic. The welfare state ideal required that people have equal opportunities and access to basic services, such as education, health and employment. Economic imperative shifted the focus from industrial skills to knowledge-based skills already seen as a condition for sustained economic progress in Finland. It is necessary to note that Finland never intended to be a world leader in education.

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Since the s, every child born in Finland has been provided with a box of clothes, sheets, toys, diapers, and even a small mattress; the box itself can—and often does—serve as a simple crib. This book describes how what is commonly thought to be "just a part of Finnish culture" is actually the result of strong support for educators at all levels of government.

From the Ministry of Education and Culture, to the Finnish National Board of Education, to regional and local policy makers, Finland has made deliberate choices to create and support a strong educational system. While there are unique political, cultural, and societal features of Finland—as with all countries—there are many lessons to be learned and practical ideas to be implemented across the world. Hard Questions on Global Educational Change Policies, Practices, and the Future of Education Publication Date: December 30, Pages: Description: This new book, from internationally renowned education scholar Pasi Sahlberg and his colleagues, focuses on some of the most controversial issues in contemporary education reform around the world.

Is there a future for teacher unions? What is the right answer to the standardized testing question? Can schools prepare children for the 21st-century workplace? Will technology save schools? Can anyone be a teacher? Should higher education be for the public good? What knowledge and skills should an educator have?

The authors focus on what makes each question globally significant, what we know from international research, and what can be inferred from benchmark evidence.

The final chapter offers a model for policymakers with implications for teaching, learning, and schooling overall.

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Since the s, every child born in Finland has been provided with a box of clothes, sheets, toys, diapers, and even a small mattress; the box itself can—and often does—serve as a simple crib. This book describes how what is commonly thought to be "just a part of Finnish culture" is actually the result of strong support for educators at all levels of government. From the Ministry of Education and Culture, to the Finnish National Board of Education, to regional and local policy makers, Finland has made deliberate choices to create and support a strong educational system. While there are unique political, cultural, and societal features of Finland—as with all countries—there are many lessons to be learned and practical ideas to be implemented across the world. Hard Questions on Global Educational Change Policies, Practices, and the Future of Education Publication Date: December 30, Pages: Description: This new book, from internationally renowned education scholar Pasi Sahlberg and his colleagues, focuses on some of the most controversial issues in contemporary education reform around the world.

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