Texans turn to Finland for examples of education success

02/8/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Educators in Texas are looking to Finland for ideas on how to close achievement gaps among students and improve math and science performance. School reformers in Texas are considering mirroring some steps Finland has taken, including the establishment of one curriculum for all schools, setting high standards for all students while providing help for those who need it and allowing well-trained teachers the freedom to teach.

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