Finnish education is example for Ireland

One of the main reasons Finland is doing so well is its egalitarian approach to education, which means that everyone receives the same basic education, writes Martha Kearns.

8th November, 2008

One of the main reasons Finland is doing so well is its egalitarian approach to education, which means that everyone receives the same basic education, writes Martha Kearns.

Irish teachers are looking to Finland - which invests heavily in education - to learn the secrets of why the country keeps topping global league tables on education. Finland has continuously led other countries in OECD reports on education in reading, mathematics and science since the research...

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