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Visiting Scholar Sam Abrams Says Finland's Schools Successful Because They Treat Teachers as Professionals

At a conference in Anchorage, Alaska, Abrams, an expert on Finnish schools, said teachers there are well paid and given autonomy in the classroom.
At a conference in Anchorage, Alaska, Abrams, an expert on Finnish schools, said teachers there are well paid and given autonomy in the classroom.

Link: http://www.adn.com/2011/11/15/2172974/mayors-education-summit-told-teacher.html

Published Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011

Visiting Scholar Sam Abrams Says Finland's Schools Successful Because They Treat Teachers as Professionals

At a conference in Anchorage, Alaska, Abrams, an expert on Finnish schools, said teachers there are well paid and given autonomy in the classroom.

Link: http://www.adn.com/2011/11/15/2172974/mayors-education-summit-told-teacher.html

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