U.S. Mathematics and Science Achievement: How Are We Doing?
by George W. Bohrnstedt - 1997
One of two articles on academic achievement, this article discusses the performance of U.S. students on mathematics and science achievement tests compared to students in other countries. Recent data show they are performing better. This commentary examines the importance of meeting certain research conditions before drawing conclusions about achievement trends. (Source: ERIC)
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