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Education, Equity and Social Mobility – Finnish Lessons Part 4

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These are interesting times, with big debates going on about some very fundamental issues, such as how we provide education for children and young people, how we regulate and supervise our banking and financial systems, and how we achieve ‘social … Continue reading

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Explaining Finland’s Miracle: Finland’s School Success – Part Three

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3Di is endebted to Meredyth Byrd and her education blog ‘Engaging Ideas‘ for drawing our attention to this fascinating article in The Atlantic, written by Anu Partanen, a Finnish Journalist based in New York City: What Americans Keep Ignoring About … Continue reading

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Equity and Quality in Education – Part 3

3Di recognises there are major issues concerning setting and streaming pupils. Presumably we can all agree that by effectively telling groups of pupils that they’re either inferior or superior to other pupils, and always will be, this can be very … Continue reading

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Equity and Quality in Education – Part 2

Here’s the Guardian’s take on the new OECD report on equity and quality in education which we highlighted yesterday: Dividing younger pupils by ability can entrench disadvantage, study finds OECD study finds countries that stream pupils into ability groups at … Continue reading

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