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Educatie 3.0.1

"In Finland, South Korea, and Singapore, by contrast, 100% of teachers are recruited from the top third of college graduates. While academic talent alone doesn’t fully predict teacher performance, it certainly can’t hurt to have the best and brightest teaching the nation’s students."

"Finland, South Korea, and Singapore use a combination of salary, prestige, and labor-market responsiveness to ensure that teaching is a career to which the best and brightest aspire. Critically, these strategies are used with great purposefulness on the national level, whereas in the US, there is no national strategy for developing a strong teacher workforce."

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