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For decades, the Finnish comprehensive school system has taught pupils to sew and use the most common tools. Earlier, children and youth were divided into woodworking and textile crafts, but now the two previously strongly gender-separated school subjects have become one. The new curriculum focuses on pupils’ personal inspiration, ideas and experimentation, as well as documenting their activities.
Finnish craft education ad­vances skills useful in the 2030s | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Finnish comprehensive school system teaches crafting skills and encompasses various techniques useful in the 2030s.