n his book Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn From Educational Change in Finland?
Pasi Sahlberg i
"The central aim of Finnish education is the development of each child as a thinking, active, creative person, not the attainment of higher test scores, and the primary strategy of Finnish education is cooperation, not competition."
Standardized testing rewards the ability to find the "correct answer" and thus discourages creativity, which is about asking questions and challenging the status quo.
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