Paul E. Peterson

Professor of Government, Harvard University

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Professor of Government at Harvard University and Director of its Program on Education Policy and Governance; senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and Editor-In-Chief of Education Next, a journal of opinion and research

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In the first-ever  study  of its kind, the US is 31st among 56 countries, from Taiwan to the Czech Republic, in the performance of top students in math.

US High School Math Students Score 31st Out of 56 Countries

In the first-ever study of its kind, the US is 31st among 56 countries, from Taiwan to the Czech Republic, in the performance of top students in math.

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