The Finnish education system is one with the best reputation around the globe, and they still try to get better. They are doing this by weaving all the steps of their transformation process into a long term vision. Anneli Rautiainen is responsible for the implementation of the vision process in the early childhood and primary education. In the interview below she explains, how they are going about transformation and change in a long term process.
A national vision on education: The Finnish how to
About the Author: Lennart Reymann
With a science background in International Development and Communication Science, Lennart Reymann started 2014 as a Teach For Austria Fellow in the Polytechnische Schule Im Zentrum (prevocational school). In 2015 he initiated a project class, focused on language acquisition in a practically relevant framework established by a student company. In doing so he realized just how much the organization of schools in Austria restraints schools from developing and reaching educational justice. Framework Education is his answer to tackle this issue.