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Christian education in the Church and schools of Finland

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Sunday School Association.

Christian education in the Church and schools of Finland

by Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Sunday School Association.

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Published by Vammalan Kirjapaino in Vammala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian education -- Finland.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from cover.

    StatementThe Finnish Ev. Luth. Sunday School Association.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19216728M

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Religious Education in schools. Religious Education is a compulsory subject both in comprehensive schools (7 – 16 years) and in senior / upper secondary schools (16 – 18 / 19 years).

Pupils who do not belong to any religious group can choose between Religious Education or secular Ethics. As so many education systems opted for public grading, `shaming and blaming' of schools and teachers (for what?), ratcheting up pressure, and a mantra of `excellence' proclaimed as a threat not an aim, Finland went another way looking for the conditions which promote success and set about involving school communities in the process/5(93).

In Finland there are 85 private schools. 53 of them belong to national organization. Its member schools h pupils, of which 1, in Christian schools (16 schools). Finland has 5,4 million people, 40 HEIs and comprehensive school system which covers all the country. Basic education.

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