By - 30 May 2022
30 May 2022
In India, schools for children are usually the same for students across the country. Children wake up early, rush to school half-sleepy, rote-learn half of what is being taught, and then aimlessly complete their homework when they come back home. However, the scenario seems to be slowly changing with the introduction of the Finnish model of education in India.
What is the Finnish model of education? The Finnish education system is different from the standardised ones followed in India where government-appointed experts and agencies draw up a curriculum, teachers teach from set books, and students learn it by heart and are then assessed through hours-long exams.