πŸ“‘ Pasi Sahlberg on what Finland can Teach Australian Schools

Bookmarked 'Too much control': Pasi Sahlberg on what Finland can teach Australian schools by Michael McGowan (the Guardian)
β€œOne way to think about it is maybe, you have all these good things – funding, your economy, good teachers – but you’re not improving. Maybe the problem is that things are tied up in a system that is not able to be flexible enough for teachers. Maybe there is not enough trust in Australia in good teachers.”
An article discussing Finnish education, the importance of play in the early years, the problems with NAPLAN and a focus on equity in Australian education.

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