Ohio studies international standards for students

10/8/2007 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio is looking into setting international benchmarks for its public school students, educators say. "Ohio is the first state in the country to ask how its education system stacks up against the world," says Michael Cohen, president of Achieve Inc., a group that pushes for standards-based school reform.

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