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[IWS] Brookings: 2014 BROWN CENTER REPORT ON AMERICAN EDUCATION: HOW WELL ARE AMERICAN STUDENTS LEARNING? With sections on the PISA-Shanghai Controversy, Homework, and the Common Core [18 March 2014]

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Brookings

 

2014 BROWN CENTER REPORT ON AMERICAN EDUCATION: HOW WELL ARE AMERICAN STUDENTS LEARNING? With sections on the PISA-Shanghai Controversy, Homework, and the Common Core [18 March 2014]

by: TOM LOVELESS, Senior Fellow, The Brown Center on Education Policy

http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2014/03/18-brown-center-report-loveless

or

http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/reports/2014/03/18%20brown%20center%20report/2014%20brown%20center%20report_final.pdf

[full-text, 40 pages]

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

3 Introduction

PART I

8 Lessons from the PISA-Shanghai Controversy

PART II

16 Homework in America

PART III

26 A Progress Report on the Common Core

35 Notes

 

 

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