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Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2013 5:30 pm

From our experience we know that test scores aren’t the final verdict on how students eventually will perform in a given endeavor. Test scores are a measurement of what a student has learned in a certain subject. We also know that some students do well on tests and others don’t, even though they may be considered good students.

Generally speaking, American students do not rank high when competing with students from other countries. In fact, the Americans’ ranking in some subjects is an embarrassment. Where should the blame be placed?

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