Testing and the American economy | IN 60 SECONDS

Though America’s future as an economic leader may look bright, recent PISA international test results could suggest otherwise. AEI’s Eric Hanushek gives insight into how America’s less-than-promising position in global academics could mean fewer skilled workers for the nation in the near future, and thus less stability as an economic trailblazer.

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SOURCES:
PISA 2015 Results in Focus https://goo.gl/ykCVHW

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