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U.S. teens behind global peers in reading, math, science

Seattle Times Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
Peggy Carr, at the National Center for Education Statistics, said the results sent an unmistakable message that U.S. students are in trouble when it comes to how they perform in math relative to their international peers: “The rankings are telling.” The results are just the latest sign of growing disparities in academic performance.

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