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Document Number: 3906

How Well Are American Students Learning? - The Brown Center on Education Policy has released its 2002 report on American education. The report is divided into three independent sections: math, high school culture and charter schools. One troubling finding is the suggestion that studentsí computation skills have stagnated or even declined in recent years. The report examines this assertion as well as certain aspects of high school culture and test scores of charter schools in 10 states. (Tom Loveless, Brookings Institution, September 2002)...


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