The Finnish - 11 Nov. 2011 Education policies for raising...

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11 Nov. 2011Education policies for raising student learning: The Finnish ApproachIntrooFinland moved from an industrial society to the knowledge economymodel, which still exist today.Competitive market economy in a non-market welfare societyoDevelopment of educationThe Finnish people have developed from a monoculture to amulticulture.This created a model education system with lots ofsocial cohesion.o“Modern welfare system” for the publicoPolicies in the forties and fifties worked to expand family farms.oThe nineties brought on a major banking crisisoSince the crash, in the last decade, Finland has been ranked four times asthe world’s most competitive economyoIn addition to the most competitive economy, the Finnish people toutadvancements in global information and communication technologies inaddition to environmental polices.oEconomic Growth IndicatorsEfficient human capitalTechnological advancesUse of technology in daily lifeGlobal education reform trendsoLead by strong community ties and leadership, the education policy was

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