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Approximately how many research studies, according to Berliner & Glass (2014, p. 89), confirm that students in small classes enjoy considerable learning benefits compared to students in large classes?Nearly 100
What percent, according to Berliner & Glass (2014, p. 148) of student performance is attributable to out of school influences?60%
What percent, on average, according to Berliner & Glass (2014, pp. 176), of school district funds come from local sources?44%
What percent, on average, according to Berliner & Glass (2014, pp. 176), of school district funds come from state sources?48%
What percent, on average, according to Berliner & Glass (2014, pp. 176), of school district funds come from federal sources?8%
What percent, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 71; 2015, p. xy), of Finnish education is private?0%
How much, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 71; 2015, p. xy), does the average Finnish university charge for tuition? $0
Finland is perhaps the only nation, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 76; 2015, p. xy), to be able to select its primary school teachers from what percentile of high school graduates? Top Quintile (20%)
What percent of applicants, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 73; 2015, p. xy), are accepted to as candidates for teaching in Finnish primary schools?10%
For how many decades, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 78; 2015, p. xy), has this basic qualification for teaching school been in place in Finland?3 or 4.
For how many years, according to Sahlberg (2010, p. 79; 2015, p. xy), do students study at university to become a teacher in Finland?5 to 7 years.
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