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Finland’s education system

  1. Education is free - and equal access is a constitutional right.
  2. Children don't have to start school until they are seven. So they spend more of their early years' planning.
  3. They can also attend a subsidized pre-primary programme, based on learning through play.
  4. Students in Finland take just one standardized test, at the end of high school. Otherwise, teachers set their own grading system.
  5. Teaching is a highly regarded profession in Finland.
  6. All teachers, except vocational ones, must have a master's degree.
  7. Finnish Student Spend an average of 2.8 hours on homework per week, compared to 6.1 hours for American students.
  8. Continuing school after 16 is optional, but 90% do.
  9. Choosing between two paths for high school... Either general education, which typically leads to university. Or vocational education, which includes apprenticeships. But the paths are flexible, and students can switch between them.
  10. University is free and adult education is highly promoted and heavily subsidized.
  11. Finland consistently ranks high in the PISA survey of education in OECD(Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries.

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