The Finnish school system has the lowest number of students in the OECD for both reading and math.

That means only one in 10 Finnish students graduate from high school and only one-third of them graduate from university.

While that is a far cry from the world’s most competitive academic system, it is the best in Europe.

But there is still hope for Finland’s school system: a growing number of countries have been experimenting with their school systems to see what works.

Here’s a look at how Finnish school outcomes compare to OECD peers, and what it means for education in the US and Canada.

Teachers have to work hard for a good education A lot of the world is starting to think about how teachers are paid, and the question of whether to raise salaries is increasingly at the forefront of national and international policy debates.

In the US, teachers’ union leaders have said that teachers should be paid at a level that reflects their skills.

Canada has been debating whether to increase teacher salaries for more than a decade, and has taken a cautious approach to the issue.

Some of those discussions have focused on what can be done to ensure a good school system.

Others have focused more on the potential to improve teacher pay.

Some countries have proposed to increase teachers’ wages in line with inflation or by increasing the number of hours teachers are working.

In some cases, such a policy might be good for the education system, but it could also hurt teachers, as those hours could be diverted to other parts of the economy.

That could also have a detrimental effect on student achievement, as the teacher will no longer be paid enough to support a family.

In Finland, there are two ways to determine how much a teacher should earn: a salary cap or a per-student salary.

Finland has a per student salary, which is currently around $20,000.

The cap is supposed to be around $10,000 for teachers and around $7,500 for other employees.

However, teachers who are paid at the cap might receive a raise, or teachers who don’t get paid at all might be offered less.

Some teachers’ unions have also called for the Finnish government to introduce a per capita salary cap, and teachers have been protesting in the country for years.

The Finnish government has responded by increasing teacher salaries by a small amount every year, but the policy hasn’t been effective in the long run.

A new approach to pay The Finnish system is different from the one most countries use in other countries.

The basic salary of teachers in Finland is based on a formula that includes a teacher’s qualifications, experience and location.

If a teacher has a high salary, that means that they have experience in the field, and they can work in schools with other highly qualified teachers.

The higher the salary, the more experience a teacher needs.

The government says that the average teacher’s salary in Finland can reach around $30,000, but that’s up from $25,000 in other European countries.

The Finnish government also sets the average per student pay for teachers at around $9,000 per year, or about $5,000 less than in the U.S. It’s not clear how the Finnish system compares to other countries, but a recent OECD report estimated that it’s close to the world average, at $15,000 a year.

In a country with the same population and similar social and economic circumstances, there’s a strong correlation between the level of salary paid to teachers and the level that students achieve in school.

“Our system is actually one of the most efficient systems in the entire world,” said Ahtisaari.

It’s a big difference in the way teachers are compensated, and there are still a lot of challenges ahead for Finland.

One of the biggest challenges, says Ahtiasi, is the way students learn in Finland.

A recent report by the Finnish Ministry of Education found that nearly half of Finnish students have been forced to leave school because they can’t pay for it.

While there’s still a fair amount of opportunity for students to do well in school, it’s a lot more challenging than in other parts to get to a high level of learning.

Finnish schools are trying to overcome the challenge by offering students a variety of learning opportunities.

“Teachers work a lot harder, but in Finland they work on the same projects as everyone else,” said Anja Ahtiaari, a teacher and the chair of the Finnish Education Commission.

“They’re not in competition with each other, and that means they can concentrate on teaching the same subject for as long as they want.”

The goal is to provide a safe and secure education for all students, but as Ahticaari points out, a safe education is also important for parents.

What does a safe school look like?

There are two types of school: those that are equipped with