Conversations about the U.S. education system often revolve around misconceptions. Here's some clarity.
The thing about schools and teachers is that there’s a wide range of opinions on the subject … most of which are not based on facts. The devil is indeed in the details.
Enter the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). It studies how other countries are doing with things like school, teachers, infrastructure, etc. And it writes its findings into a report called the PISA—Program for International Student Assessment.
And those facts really do blow apart the myths that people commonly toss around about schools in the United States.
One of the biggest, stare-you-in-the-face facts about our schools and what’s impacting students the most?
It’s shocking, isn’t it? Watch the video: