Finland Tag

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by Miki Aristorenas   Since the inception of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2000, Finland has attracted international attention and recognition for its sustained leadership as a high-performing education system. As highlighted in the Linda Darling-Hammond led, NCEE supported Empowered Educators study, a major...

Finland Basic Education Decree The Basic Education Decree supplemented Basic Education Act 21.8. 628/1998 and regulated, among other things, teaching and work time, pupil assessment, pupils' legal rights, and the authorisation to provide education....

Finnish Government Teacher Education Decree 2004 The Government Decree on University Degrees and Specialization Studies (794/2004 with amendments) defines the objectives, extent and overall structure of degrees and specialization studies. Chapter 4 Chapter 4 includes provisions concerning teacher education, including required studies and the structure of...

Finland Basic Education Act 1998 The Basic Education Act covers all children of compulsory school age. The local authority has an obligation to arrange basic education for children of compulsory school age residing in its area and pre-primary education during the year preceding compulsory schooling....