As Finnish teachers move classes online, family routines change
Families in Finland and all over the world are facing new challenges. Many parents now have more experience of working from home, and many children and educators are now well acquainted with distance learning. They are wondering if they will need to use those new routines in the future.
Finland remains among top nations in PISA education survey
Since the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) began in 2000, Finnish 15-year-olds have consistently done well. In the results released in December 2019, Finland lives up to its reputation, and also seems to show a good balance between academic achievement and life outside of school.
Finnish arts education inspires action all over the Arctic
Inspiring children to be aware of climate change and its perils is a key aim of Green Actions, a Finnish project that involves schools and universities across the countries that make up the Arctic region.
ThisisFINLAND sends British reporter Tim Bird, a longtime Helsinki resident, to chat with Tim Walker, an American teacher and more recent arrival who is attracting attention with his blogs, articles and books about life and work in Finland.