Data show how U.S. students compare with international peers

07/17/2014 | Education Next

While the focus often is on the achievement of disadvantaged students in the U.S. compared with more affluent peers, an analysis of testing data shows that more affluent students in the U.S. are severely behind international peers in academic achievement. The analysis aims to reveal, among other things, whether students' academic success is based on schools or socioeconomic factors.

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