Poor marks on The Nation’s Report Card | IN 60 SECONDS

The nation’s 2017 NAEP results, often called “The Nation’s Report Card,” were just released. The results were not great. AEI’s Nat Malkus reviews the data and explains that, while results have stalled since 2015 and seem unremarkable, the details add to the story.

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SOURCE – 2017 NAEP Mathematics & Reading Assessments
Highlighted Results https://goo.gl/2mx6mE

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