The New Complacency About Schools Is Ill-Informed | TIME Ideas | TIME.com

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Just when you thought we’d reached a consensus on the need to dramatically improve America’s schools, a chorus is emerging to suggest all is well. In this article, the discussion focuses on comapring test scores with countries that are doing comparitively better on international tests while mostly overlooking that an educational advantage doesn’t necessarily come from being the best on tests.
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