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System edukacji w Finlandii czynnikiem sprzyjającym innowacyjności gospodarki

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Innovations are one of the most important sources of economic growth. The education system in Finland is seen as an important factor of its economy innovativeness. Key features of this system include: high participation rates at every level of education, very high level of education at primary schools, the equal opportunity principle, giving priority to individualised education and creativity, effective supporting live-long learning, shaping the structure of the supply of tertiary education graduates by the government, ensuring that each level of education is free of charge.
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47
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2
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2013
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2015-07-23
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