In case you missed it: The latest scores from PISA, the Program for International Student Assessment, were announced on Tuesday, and, yet again, as has been true since the birth of international tests, American students did not top the rankings or even come close.
U.S. scores have remained stagnant since PISA started nearly 20 years ago — and, as in the past, they will be seen as an indictment of whatever it is people want to indict: schools, teachers, students, the reformers who tried to change public schools by running them like businesses………………..
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