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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Studio: Rehema Ellis) The results of PISA international tests of 15-year-olds in 65 countries reviewed; details given about the outstanding performance of students in Shanghai, China and Asia’s value of education. [Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development Andreas SCHLEICHER- notes it doesn’t work that when a nation is rich it is well-educated.] [Education Secretary Arne DUNCAN- explains why other countries are out-educating us.] [Thomas B. Fordham Institute Chester FINN- warns that China will be out-competing us in everything that requires brain power.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Ellis, Rehema
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