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Middle Class or Middle of the Pack? What Can We Learn When Benchmarking U.S. Schools Against the World's Best?

Abstract

"In the United States, people generally view education through the lens of their own children and their own schools. Many Americans think a serious need for better educational performance is largely restricted to low-income children and families-and that middle class lifestyles equate to a world-class education. While this need for low-income students is very real and very important, this report suggests that the need for better education extends deeply into America's middle class."

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