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Shanghai tops international test scores

Test scores to be released Tuesday from the Program for International Student Assessment show that 15-year-olds from several European and Asian nations and regions within nations outperformed U.S. students in reading, math and science.

Test scores to be released Tuesday from the Program for International Student Assessment show that 15-year-olds from several European and Asian nations and regions within nations outperformed U.S. students in reading, math and science.

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International test score data show U.S. firmly mid-pack
Article | After a decade of intensive efforts to improve its schools, the United States posted these results in a new global survey of 15-year-old student achievement: average in reading, average in science and slightly below average in math.

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