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Panwasa Smith
Pakawat Smith
Subin Yurarach


Finnish education has been reformed in the 1990s, a high-quality education system was driven by effective social education policies. The Finnish government's focus on all schools across the country has a unified curriculum. And there is an equality policy at the forefront of education reform, especially in the state welfare of which the Finnish population can receive free education at all levels. Finland has set standards for all-round education reform, namely the measurement of teaching. Education equality according to humanitarian and develop education as a tool to enhance people's lives. This is the application of the active learning to 21st century skills learning method by setting goals for educational outcomes as follows: critical analytical thinking, innovative creativity, collaboration and leadership, communication and media literacy, differential and cross-cultural thinking, utilization and technological literacy, technological skills career and learning, virtuous, and disciplined.

The success factors of Finland's educational reform are: equality and education of the people, equity and fairness, teacher’s values, relaxing environment, public service, and attributes of the Finns. The goals of the current education organization are not centered on scoring or numerical benchmarking issues as in the past. Rather, it prepares students for global citizen. Developing students to be citizens who are focused on fairness in society. An effective justice-oriented citizen requires an opportunity to analyze and thus contribute to society. Economy and politics to discern the injustice and the importance of seeking justice in society. Finnish education is not just a system of quality education for young people and people of society. But it also affects the development of the country for the better in all areas, such as the economy that is competitively at “A globally competitive economy”, low corruption level, “population well-being” and have a sustainable quality way of life.

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