terça-feira, 13 de novembro de 2012

U.S. Students Still Lag Behind Foreign Peers, Schools Make Little Progress In Improving Achievement


American Students

U.S. students aren't progressing to catch up to their peers in other industrialized countries.
A report recently published by Harvard University's Program on Education Policy and Governance found that students in Latvia, Chile and Brazil are making gains in academics three times faster than American students, while those in Portugal, Hong Kong, Germany, Poland, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, Colombia and Lithuania are improving at twice the rate. 

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