Washington Post: Educator: In Finland, I realized how ‘mean-spirited’ the U.S. education system really is

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Finland performs at or near the top of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) exams since the exam came into existence in 2000. PISA tests students every three years and compares achievement levels across the world. Finland surprised everyone in 2000 by being ranked number one and staying in the top ranks in subsequent years.

Surprisingly, considering their achievements, Finnish students spend less time in the classroom, have more breaks throughout the day, and benefit from receiving medical, dental, psychiatric care and healthful meals while in school. 

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