Is China modeling its curriculum after Finland's?

09/16/2013 | CNBC

In China, officials have announced plans to lessen students' workload and integrate more creativity into the country's curriculum -- a sign, some say, that the country may be looking to model itself after Finland's successful education system. "If it works -- and that is a big 'IF' -- China will jump in front in the global race to teach students the 'new' skills like collaboration, creativity and critical thinking," said Gary J. Beach, publisher emeritus of CIO Magazine.

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