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Korea and improvement of PISA scores

Korea consistently scored among top-performing countries in terms of education. Nevertheless, the government introduced a number of policies to improve teaching methodologies, implement standardized assessment tools and provide additional funding for well-performing schools and students. In 2012, Korea managed to outperform the top-3 performing countries in a span of 12 years between 2000 and 2012.

Finland: Flexibility in learning

Transformation of the Finnish education system including everything from curriculum and textbooks to salaries and administration, raising teacher education to the university level, and investments of significant resources started in 1968 leading to the liberalized, more pupil-oriented schools due to which Finland outperformed all traditional education powerhouses, including Germany, Sweden, Japan, and the United States with remarkably well high scores in TIMSS, PIRLS, and PISA in the early 2000s.