Lektioner från högpresterande länder

I asked OECD to prepare that study for a very simple reason: A number of nations today are out-educating the United States. I wanted to know what the U.S. could learn from the practices of those high-performing and rapidly improving countries. In a globally competitive economy, the value of benchmarking the practices of high-performing education systems seemed like a no-brainer.

These top performing nations not only were doing a better job of accelerating achievement and attainment nationwide than America, they also were doing a better job of closing achievement gaps among minority and disadvantaged students. What were their recipes for success?

Secretary Duncan’s Remarks at National Center on Education and the Economy National Symposium

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