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The Finnish paradox

More, more, more. Should we apply the principles of supersizing to education reform?

The Finnish miracle

No shoes but plenty of service: The surprising features of the world's top-performing schools.

High test scores, higher expectations, and presidential hype

Should South Korean schools point the way to American reforms?

It's all about the teacher

Bushwhack through the endless debates about education and there’s one truism that few would dispute: When it comes to the quality of a child's education, it's all about the teacher.

Kansas to try Finland's anti-bullying program

Parents and educators have only to scan the headlines to realize the urgent need to stop bullying. In Kansas, they're trying the miraculous program that's transforming Finnish schools.

Thinking globally

A Stanford University economist offers advice on how we can learn from the world's best education systems.

Does our approach to teaching math fail even the smartest kids?

Here’s why the math education your children need is most likely not what their school is teaching.

Writing on the wall

Expert Douglas Reeves says kids aren't learning to write, and it's a disaster in the making.

 
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