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The Secret to Finland's Success: Educating Teachers. Research Brief.

@inproceedings{Sahlberg2010TheST,
  title={The Secret to Finland's Success: Educating Teachers. Research Brief.},
  author={Pasi Sahlberg},
  year={2010}
}
ith its high levels of educational achievement and attainment, Finland is regarded as one of the world’s most literate societies. More than 98 percent attend pre-school classes; 99 percent complete compulsory basic education; and 94 percent of those who start the academic strand of upper secondary school graduate. Completion rates in vocational upper secondary school also reach close to 90 percent (Statistics Finland, 2010; Välijärvi & Sahlberg, 2008). 

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