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American principals are more likely to say their students are poor, when compared to principals in countries where poverty
Students in all but six states have improved reading proficiency, according to the report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Chris Emdin and Ellie Williams join HuffPost Live to explain why American students' biggest problem is their schools.
The PISA results showed that, on the whole, students who attended preschool performed better on the international exam. For
According to the latest results of a comprehensive set of international exams released Tuesday, America's teens have remained mid-pack among their peers worldwide and utterly stagnant in reading, math and science over the last 10 years.
Some are skeptical of the broader significance of the results. "Do I want Israel's economy, the American economy or Belgium's