The current educational system in Finland was formed in the 60s of the last century. It includes 4 stages: - preschool education; - secondary school; - tertiary education institutions.
Secondary school School education in Finland consists of two levels and lasts 9-10 years. Moreover, students do not pass exams even after graduation. They don't have diaries either. Parents can learn about the success of the child from the electronic class magazine.
Upper stage With 7 class students go to high school. It is usually located in a separate building. At this stage, each teacher teaches a separate subject. In the classroom, he is with an assistant, which greatly simplifies the learning process. Training at this level lasts 3 years. If desired, children can improve their knowledge by attending an additional tenth grade. After graduating from high school, its graduates can continue their education or go to work.
"The students almost don't have homework. Finnish teachers believe that it is more useful for children to walk and spend free time with their parents, rather than sit over the lessons.»