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Interview: Thomas Hatch

  • Aired: 12/09/2010
  • 06:42
  • Expires: 12/09/2015
  • Rating: NR
With the results of a global education report released this week that ranks the U.S. 26 out of 65 countries in combined scores for math, science and reading tests, Jon Meacham speaks with Thomas Hatch, an education reform specialist at Columbia University's Teachers College about why the U.S. does not perform better, and what changes are needed to improve our educational system.
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