09/30/2015
School Innovation in Finland
School Innovation in Finland School Innovation in Finland

At the Saunalahti school in the city of Espoo, Finland, you would never look at the building and think it was a school. Across its 10,500 square kilometres, there’s a primary school, a secondary school, a kindergarten, a youth club, theater, cafeteria, library, gym and more. Teaching takes place in a relaxed atmosphere: children are allowed to sit where and in whatever position they want, and discussion in class is highly encouraged. For more about schools of the future, see this article from Bright Side.

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