There could be more job opportunity and economic security in the future for U.S. workers – if the country can raise its educational achievement levels to become more competitive with top-performing nations.
What can be learned from other countries to develop a more effective educational system for one’s own country? The McGraw-Hill Research Foundation’s new position paper addresses that question head-on, presenting some of the best educational practices from countries around the world. Co-authored by Andreas Schleicher, the director of OECD and Program for International Students Assessment (PISA), and Dr. Steven Paine, vice president of strategic planning and business development at CTB/McGraw-Hill and former state superintendent of schools in West Virginia, the paper offers best practices used by countries with the highest performing educational systems.
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Source: McGraw-Hill Research Foundation