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on January 15, 2012 at 9:25:20 pm

FINLAND is often held up as a country that "gets" education, with a government that uses both policy and funding to secure learning opportunities for its students that are difficult to replicate in other parts of the world.  This is a classic bright spot.  What accounts for this success?  What is working in Finland that we're not seeing in the U.S., Canada, and elsewhere?


Here is a recent Atlantic article Dec 2011 for discussion framing.




Here are preliminary takeaways from Bright Spot #Ecosys chat 1/15/12


  • Q1 1/15/2012 What are some of the ways FINLAND is differentiated?
    • Principle of equity more embedded in culture than U.S. or Canada 



What is Ecosys?


It's a conversation about change in our social ecosystems, currently focused on K12 Education.  Here's more on our framing and our wiki frontpage brightspots topics



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