Study: Finland should improve upper-secondary school

02/23/2012 | Helsingin Sanomat (Helsinki)

Students in Finland are unprepared for higher education and careers after leaving upper-secondary school, according to a recent study commissioned by the Ministry of Education. In particular, the study found that students are not receiving adequate guidance counselling in schools. The study also found that improvements could be made in maths, Finnish and Swedish.

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