US teens slip behind in global math scores. Is that a good benchmark?
from The Christian Science Monitor
Even after national educational reforms such as the No Child Left Behind Act and the Common Core, U.S. teens continue to fall behind in math, according to the results of an international exam. On the Program for International Student Assessment, the average math score in the U.S. dropped 11 points in 2015, the largest decrease since 2009, the last year U.S. scores improved on the test given to 72 countries and school systems. U.S. teens remained in the middle of the pack in 2015, ranking 35th in math.
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