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How American schools measure up to schools around the globe?

  • Aired: 12/03/2013
  • 08:01
  • Rating: NR
The PISA test is given to students in more than 60 countries as a way to compare scores in reading, math and science across the globe. As in past years, 2012 results show the U.S. near the middle. For insight on the results, Jeffrey Brown talks to Andreas Schleicher of the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development.
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