Government investigator says classrooms are too noisy

"Pupilscome too late, or not at all"
4:52 min

Sweden's education minister, Jan Björklund, has appointed a commission to investigate how to make Sweish classrooms more orderly. Former teachers' association president Metta Fjelkner will head up the report.

She says the issue of orderliness and discipline in school has been taken up because of what the international PISA report said about Swedish school, and that the government needs to encourage parents to take more of an interest in children's life at school.

Reporter: Frank Radosevich

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