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US students lag behind in international test

December 6, 2013
By MEAGAN STILP - DMG writer ( , The Daily Mining Gazette

HANCOCK - The results from the 2012 Program for International Assessment revealed that American teenagers rank below many other nations academically. Coming in 36 of the 65 countries tested and scored below the average in math and about average in reading and science. Shanghai came in first place in all subjects and overall, followed by Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Macau and Japan in the top seven spots.



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