A successful transition to adulthood requires agency during an economic recession

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The doctoral dissertation by Mette Ranta focused on young Finnish adults’ personal financial situation and individual agency across young adulthood and their concurrent and longitudinal effects on key developmental tasks related to career and social relations as well as life satisfaction development. The separate studies analyzed transitions of 18–25-year-olds in the context of the global economic downturn that has been taking place since 2008.

Supporting young children with low performance in mathematics

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According to the doctoral thesis by Riikka Mononen, mathematics interventions can be used successfully to promote the early mathematics skills of children with low performance in mathematics, already before the onset of formal schooling and in the early grades. Identifying low performance in mathematics and providing sufficient support should be emphasised already in early childhood education.