Eritrea wants motivated teachers – Finnish education as an example

In Finland, the government allocates sufficient funds to education. Teachers are motivated and their profession is respected. In these respects, Eritrea could learn from the Finnish experience, says Abraham Belay, senior lecturer at the College of Education at the Eritrean Institute of Technology. Belay is one of five Eritrean teacher educators, who got to know Finnish schools and the Finnish education system in October 2016.

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