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U.S. Results on PISA 2012

First, the U.S. is not doing well, falling behind most of the countries. Second, by historical patterns, improving its achievement – which identifies the human capital of its workforce in the future – has huge economic ramifications. Third, other countries have shown that it is possible to improve. While it is not easy simply to copy what they might have done, it is clear that changing achievement can be done – even if it is difficult. Read more here.