As we are duking it out in a new round of "mommy wars," Tony Wagner advises us to let them play. And keep it simple.
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If you thought you knew everything about the remarkable transformation of Finland's schools from mediocre to one of the top performing school systems in the world, think again.
For me, the summer has been tainted by the collective demonization of some of the most passionate, caring, and hard-working professionals we have in this country.
"The Finns had a crisis," professor Tony Wagner explains. Starting with the principle that cooperation is a key pillar of success, the Finns revised their educational framework.
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