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Finnish educator to address 160th NJEA Convention

Hundreds of workshops and exhibits for teachers, school staff

No standardized tests.  Fully unionized teachers with independence and community respect.  Daily play for children.  Equality for all students, and expanded vocational education.  These are just a few of the reasons why Finland’s schools rank among the world’s best. Finnish educator and scholar Pasi Sahlberg will discuss his nation’s unique approach to public education on the first day of the 160th annual NJEA Convention.Read More

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