WASHINGTON — Finland often ranks among the highest-performing countries on international math and reading tests. The Nordic nation gets good results despite one surprising fact — compulsory schooling does not start until age 7.
As the United States pushes to improve its competitiveness through greater access to early education, with programs that provide universal preschool to children as young as 3, this seems surprising. How do they do it?
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