Finland: a small Nordic country with a population of just over 5.5 million.
And home to the world’s leading schooling system.
Around the world, Finland is acknowledged as an ‘educational superpower’.
Their schools are top ranked among developed nations on the PISA scale…
An international, standardised assessment that measures 15-year-olds in language, maths and science.
Yet the lack of focus on standardised tests is one of the reasons that the Finnish school system is so successful.
In this post, we’ll look at what Finland schools do so successfully…
And how it differs from what we’re used to in Australian schools.