International tests that evaluate school systems regularly find that the US ranks in the middle of the pack, with Lithuania and Hungary, but well behind Finland, South Korea and Singapore.
Now there’s an American version of the international test designed to help schools better prepare their students so they can compete in the 21st century global economy. If it catches on, it could revolutionize the testing industry.
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