2007 Brown Center Report on American Education
How Well Are American Students Learning?
On December 11, the Brown Center on Education Policy released the seventh edition of its “Brown Center Report on American Education.” The 2007 report will examined how well American students are learning in math and reading, the enrollment patterns in private and public schools, and whether more time spent learning math increases achievement. Tom Loveless, director of the Brown Center and author of the report, discussed the results.
The Brown Center Report on American Education is an annual report that analyzes the state of American education using the latest measures of student learning, uncovers and explains important trends in achievement test scores, and evaluates the success of educational reforms.
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