TIMSS-R Results: American Schools Need Work In Math And Science

February 2001
Educational Marketer;02/12/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p5
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Reports on the results of the 1999 Third International Math and Science Survey which showed that eighth-graders in the United States underperform in math and science in comparison to students in other industrialized nations.


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