The Finnish - 11 Nov 2011 Education policies for raising student learning The Finnish Approach Intro o Finland moved from an industrial society to the

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11 Nov. 2011 Education policies for raising student learning: The Finnish Approach Intro o Finland moved from an industrial society to the knowledge economy model, which still exist today. Competitive market economy in a non-market welfare society o Development of education The Finnish people have developed from a monoculture to a multiculture. This created a model education system with lots of social cohesion. o “Modern welfare system” for the public o Policies in the forties and fifties worked to expand family farms. o The nineties brought on a major banking crisis o Since the crash, in the last decade, Finland has been ranked four times as the world’s most competitive economy o In addition to the most competitive economy, the Finnish people tout advancements in global information and communication technologies in addition to environmental polices. o Economic Growth Indicators Efficient human capital Technological advances Use of technology in daily life Global education reform trends o Lead by strong community ties and leadership, the education policy was constructed.

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