Well, it's eliminated all the woes of the law profession ... right?
January 11, 2013 7:07 AM Subscribe
"Finland long ago decided to professionalize its teaching force to the point where teaching is now viewed on a par with other highly respected, learned professions like medicine and law. Today, only the best and brightest can and do become teachers: Just one in every 10 applicants are accepted to teacher preparation programs, which culminate in both an undergraduate degree and subject-specific Master's degree."
Joel Klein argues that the US should follow Finland's lead and create, essentially, a bar exam for teachers
, which would serve to professionalize them in the eyes of society and raise their societal value.
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