- FINNISH EDUCATOR, SCHOLAR AND THOUGHTLEADER
- AWARD WINNING AUTHOR OF “FINNISH LESSONS"
- FORMER HARVARD GRADUATE VISITING PROFESSOR
Pasi Sahlberg is a Finnish educator, author, and scholar. He has worked as schoolteacher, teacher educator, researcher, and policy advisor in Finland and has studied education systems and reforms around the world. He has also served World Bank in Washington, DC; European Commission in Torino, Italy: and OECD as an external expert. His core expertise is in teacher education, ... VIEW MORE
American Schools and the Global Educational Reform Movement
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How to make American education great again: Lessons from around the world
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What can the U.S. learn from educational change in Finland?
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Teachers and the teaching profession in the U.S. in international perspective
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- A terrific synthesis by a native Finn, a teacher, a researcher and a policy analyst all rolled up into one excellent writer. Pasi Sahlberg teaches us great deal about what we need to know before engaging in national educational reforms.
- David Berliner, Regents’ Professor - College Of Education at Arizona State University
- The story of Finland’s extraordinary educational reforms is one that should inform policymakers and educators around the world. No one tells this story more clearly and engagingly than Pasi Sahlberg, who has lived and studied these reforms for decades.
- Linda Darling-Hammond - Professor of Education and Co-Director of the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education at Stanford University