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Game Changer Series: A Conversation with Pasi Salberg, author of Finnish Lessons 3.0, and Ted Dintersmith

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When looking for inspiring examples of national education transformation, all eyes are on Finland, and who better to give us a phenomenal perspective on the keys to success than Pasi Sahlberg. In this conversation, we’ll learn so much about policy, practice, transformation at scale, and the teaching profession.

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Pasi Sahlberg is a Finnish educator and author. He is former Director General at the Finnish Ministry of Education and was a visiting professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education in 2014-2016. Pasi is experienced classroom teacher, trainer of teachers and school leaders and advisor to education policy-makers. He is an international speaker and writer on school improvement and educational change. Pasi's many awards include the 2011 Upton Sinclair Award in the US, the 2012 Education Award in Finland, the 2013 Grawemeyer Award in the US and the Rockefeller Foundation's Resident at the Bellagio Center in 2017. His latest books are FinnishED Leadership (2018), Let the Children Play (2019), Finnish Lessons 3.0 (2021) and In Teachers We Trust (2021). He is professor of education policy at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, where he lives with his wife and two sons.

and Ted Dintersmith (author, film producer, innovation expert, 2018 recipient of NEA’s Friend of Education Award)

This event is part of the Game Changer Series, a collection of conversations between Ted Dintersmith and some of the leading education change makers. Make sure to check out all the events in the series at https://whatschoolcouldbe.org/events/

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