Yes, Finland are like Sweden but 10 years behind.. And it's not good to be ahead. They are now trying with bullshit pedagogic stuff which are supposed to help now. FYI Finland's PISA result have dropped more between 2006 to 2012 than Sweden.
Only 15% of finnish students said they are participating in making decisions about the school function, compared to Sweden's 54%. This is obv a bad and progressive thing.
Amount of minutes usage of internet on a normal schoolday:
South Korea: 15,5
Principals who claim it's required to use internet for >75% of the lessons:
Percentage of teachers who often let the students to work with projects that takes atleast a week:
Now, lets look at Poland's PISA graph between 2006 and 2012: i.imgur.com/hjWdqrD.png
w0w such impressive
They increased the amount time of education and also increased teachers salary with 50% between 2007 and 2013. I agree with you about the teachers. Better salary = makes the job more attractive, more experienced teachers stay. Being teacher in sweden is very unattractive nowadays, not only because of low salaries but shitty system aswell
Percentage of teachers who consider teachers being higly rated in society:
Singapore - 67,6%
Korea - 65,5%
Finland - 58,6%
Sweden- 5,0% Surprised it's even 5!!
Lets look at this sexy graph. Poland = increased amount hours of education. Finland = focused on more student-centered bollocks
Finland is NOT a role model tbh, they are in the middle of conversion from a conservative education to progressive. It will only get worse, meanwhile Poland will rise
main source: oecd.org/edu/school/talis-excel-figures-..