How Well Are American Students Learning?
Educators issued a report on how American children were learning. Among the issues they addressed were trends in student achievement,… read more
Educators issued a report on how American children were learning. Among the issues they addressed were trends in student achievement, math and science abilities, and various exemplary schools programs. After their remarks they answered questions from reporters. close
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- Finn, Chester E. Jr. President Fordham (Thomas B.) Institute
- Hannaway, Jane Director Urban Institute, The->Educational Policy
- Loveless, Tom Director Brookings Institution->Brown Center on Education Policy
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