‘Nation’s report card’ needs senior-year grades
Math scores are flat. Reading scores are down. Other countries do better.
The news about American students’ test results can make for depressing reading. But it’s vital information, because it generates so much energy, so much determination and so many valuable experiments in school reform.
That’s why the National Assessment of Educational Progress should pursue a nationwide test of 12th graders.
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