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New council agreement is against discrimination
TEK’s council agreement for the term 2023–2026 aims for an even better life. CEO Jari Jokinen explains how this will be achieved in practice.
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Sustainability transition requires more engineers, broad expertise and attractive goals
We need more engineers to facilitate the sustainability transition. There is also a need not only for STEM skills, but also many other competencies, such as systems thinking and data expertise. However, as TEK's Graduate Survey reveals, there is a lot of variation in the level of sustainability skills between different fields of education.
New report on the differences in educational success between Finland and Estonia
Finland has lost its top position in education and competence. At the same time, our neighbouring country Estonia has swept past us and become a paragon for education. How did Estonia achieve first place in PISA and why has Finland fallen behind? Published on Friday, 2 December 2022, a report commissioned by several trade unions looks for answers to these important questions concerning knowledge and skills.
Juhani Nokela: The demand for new technology specialists is best met where the structures for education already exist
Expanding higher education is necessary, but it must not be done by scattering it wider but by consolidating high-quality operations even further under the same roofs.