Finland is a European country with a population of only 5 million. This small country has the best education system in the world. The highlight of Finland’s education system is the PISA (Programe for International Students Assessment), the world’s largest test.
From 2000 to 2012, Finland’s children topped the test, which shocked the whole world. Here are some of the features of Finland’s best education system:
A child is enrolled in Finland at the age of seven. Prior to this, only home-based education is given to children.
Since 1953, Finland schools have provided children with food. School meals are in line with children’s health principles.
Not every class is indoors, the class is also organized outdoor. There is no uniform and no fixed Arrangement Sitting until the primary class.
Efforts are made to keep children as happy as possible so as to increase their learning ability.
There is no concept of Homework in Finland. Everything that is to be done , is done in the classroom.
There is a lot of use of technology. Social media forums are also exploited.
The schools in Finland are given a 15-minute break after every 45 minutes so that children can have a chance to be fresh and focus on their studies. Children’s study duration is 4 to 6 hours. In addition to education, the students are taught practical work as wood, iron, etc. so that these skills can help them in their practical life.