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Comparing the education systems of Finland vs Mexico

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Comparing the education system of Finland vs Mexico
General features: Finland
Although the Finnish education system is so solid, why Finland continues to have a high rate of suicide among young?
1. Introduction: Current situation in the world
1.Introduction: Performance Education
Thank you!
by Angelica Argueta
1. Introduction
1a.- Education around the world
1b.- Ranking: Performance education
2. Comparison between Finland and Mexico
2a.- Government aid
2b.- Teachers
2c.- Education system: Methods
4. Conclusion
5. Discussion
6. Recommendations
Reference
Is education the solution to social problems?
If not,
at least it is the key for development.
http://world.bymap.org/LiteracyRates.html
Education is not directly related to the investment made ​​by each country.
"The Index compares the performance education of 39 countries and one region (HK) based on their education outputs."
http://thelearningcurve.pearson.com/index/index-ranking
General features: Mexico
Finland vs Mexico
3. System education: Method
3. Conclusion
References
Developed Country.

Capital City:
Helsinki
Year of EU entry: 1995
Currency:
Euro
since 1999

Area
: 338,000
KM2
Population:
5,266,114
growth 0.06% per year

GDP 2013: US $195,500 million
Per capita:US $
37,124

Education Expenditure: 6.8% (US $13,294 Million)
School Life expectancy: 17 years
Country is developing.


Capital City:
Mexico City
NorthAmerica
Currency:
Pesos Mexicanos

Area
: 1,964,375
KM2
Population:
119,426,000


growth 1.12% per year

GDP 2013: US $1,845,000 million
Per capita:US $
15,875

Education Expenditure: 5.1% (US $73,800 Million)
School Life expectancy: 13 years

Total number of years of schooling (primary to tertiary) that a child can expect to receive.
http://europa.eu/about-eu/countries/member-countries/finland/index_en.htm
http://world.bymap.org/SchoolLifeExpectancy.html
Finland vs Mexico
System Education
Finland vs Mexico
1. Government aid
Education is an universal right which is provided by governments.
2. Teachers

2. Comparison between Finland and Mexico
Finland
Education Expenditure: 6.8% (US $13,294 Million)
School Life expectancy: 17 years
Mexico
Education Expenditure: 5.1% (US $73,800 Million)
School Life expectancy: 13 years
6. Recommendations
- In Finland, can be necessary to complement their formal education with
affective education

- In Mexico, in addition, to solving the problems of poverty and overpopulation, it could invest in the
training of teachers through national programs provided by the government


- Investing in the
development of more public schools
, instead of allowing the creation of private schools.

- Create a s
ocial campaign in which the work of teachers is valued and change the social perspective
about being a teacher

-Last but not least, begin to
modernize teaching methods
basing on the Finnish model
Online:
- http://world.bymap.org/LiteracyRates.html
- http://thelearningcurve.pearson.com/index/index-ranking
- http://europa.eu/about-eu/countries/member-countries/finland/index_en.htm
- http://www.indexmundi.com/mexico/gdp_(official_exchange_rate).html
- http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/experts-warn-starting-school-too-young-harms-learning-wellbeing-20140125-31fp8.html#ixzz2ztARNLhQ
- http://www.elconfidencial.com/sociedad/finlandia-mejor-sistema-educativo-mundo-20100406.html
- http://www.abc.es/20121008/familia-educacion/abci-consigue-finlandia-numero-educacion-201210011102.html
- http://www.tulane.edu/~rouxbee/kids00/mexico.html
- http://www.elconfidencial.com/mundo/2014-04-24/retrato-del-exito-una-jornada-cualquiera-en-un-colegio-publico-de-finlandia_119643/
- http://www.npr.org/2014/03/08/287255411/what-the-u-s-can-learn-from-finland-where-school-starts-at-age-7
- http://www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3749880
Finnish education system involves families, government, teachers, with the aim of developing the skills of the students without pushing them.

Their method is based on encouraging the potential of the students.

Efficient use of resources provided by the government
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