Seventy percent of students feel unmotivated by their teachers: report

The Swedish Schools Inspectorate has leveled harsh criticism against municipalities and the people behind privately-run schools, today in a report analyzing the results of five years’ worth of work to inspect almost all the schools in the country.

The results did not come as a total surprise, given a series of reports that have been published in recent years indicating that Swedish schools are not performing as well as they could be, reports news agency TT.

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Source News: Radio Sweden
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