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Two-thirds of these graduates enroll in universities or professionally oriented polytechnic schools.More than 50 percent of the Finnish adult population participates in adult education programs.
You must post your business plan here on my blog where I expect other people can and will comment on it. If its a good idea and worth funding, we want it replicated elsewhere. I make no promises that if your business is profitable, that I will invest more money. If you do get money, it goes into a bank that I specify, and I have the ability to watch the funds flow and the opportunity to require that I cosign any outflows. In your business plan , make sure to specify how much equity I will receive or how I will get a return on my money. No mult-level marketing programs (added 2/10/09 1pm) Im sure I will come up with more rules as I see what comes along, if anything.
I will invest money in businesses presented here on this blog. Thats the only way to get and stay profitable in such a short period of time. If nothing comes along that I think is viable, thats the way it goes.
No minimum, no maximum, but a very specific set of rules.
You must post your business plan here, or you can post it on , or google docs, all completely public for anyone to see and/or download 9.
This is true despite the fact that immigration from nations with lower levels of education has increased sharply in recent years, and there is more linguistic and cultural diversity for schools to contend with.
One recent analysis notes that in some urban schools the number of immigrant children or those whose mother tongue is not Finnish approaches 50 percent.Ninety-eight percent of the cost of education at all levels is covered by government rather than by private sources.Although there was a sizable achievement gap among students in the 1970s, strongly correlated to socio-economic status, this gap has been progressively reduced as a result of curriculum reforms started in the 1980s.Its easy to write about what the government or other people should do with our/their money. Businesses that just needed a jump start to get the ball rolling and create jobs. If you come up with the idea and get funding, you have a head start. You must demonstrate as part of your plan that you sell your product or service for more than what it costs you to produce, fully encumbered 7. I will make no promises that I will be available to offer help. There will be a standard agreement, you can take it or leave it.It’s harder to come up with a course of action that I can undertake on my own that possibly, somehow could make a difference. Im a big believer that entrepreneurs will lead us out of this mess. If you execute better than others, you could possibly make money at it. Once I have done the standard agreement, I will post it here for all to see. Maybe it leads to great things, maybe it leads to nothing. Im not going to claim a minimum or maximum amount or total I will invest.As one analyst notes: "Most visitors to Finland discover elegant school buildings filled with calm children and highly educated teachers.They also recognize the large autonomy that schools enjoy, little interference by the central education administration in schools’ everyday lives, systematic methods to address problems in the lives of students, and targeted professional help for those in need." Leaders in Finland attribute the gains to their intensive investments in teacher education—all teachers receive three years of high-quality graduate level preparation completely at state expense—plus a major overhaul of the curriculum and assessment system designed to ensure access to a “thinking curriculum” for all students.Although most immigrants are still from places like Sweden, the most rapidly growing newcomer groups since 1990 have been from Afghanistan, Bosnia, India, Iran, Iraq, Serbia, Somalia, Turkey, Thailand, and Vietnam. Yet achievement has been climbing in Finland and growing more equitable.Because of these trends, many people have turned to Finland for clues to educational transformation.Sahlberg notes that Finland has taken a very different path.He observes:"The Finns have worked systematically over 35 years to make sure that competent professionals who can craft the best learning conditions for all students are in all schools, rather than thinking that standardized instruction and related testing can be brought in at the last minute to improve student learning and turn around failing schools." Sahlberg identifies a set of global reforms, undertaken especially in the Anglo-Saxon countries, that Finland has not adopted, including standardization of curriculum enforced by frequent external tests; narrowing of the curriculum to basic skills in reading and mathematics; reduced use of innovative teaching strategies; adoption of educational ideas from external sources, rather than development of local internal capacity for innovation and problem-solving; and adoption of high-stakes accountability policies, featuring rewards and sanctions for students, teachers, and schools.