New report analyzes state of American education
| Feb 14, 2011
The 10th edition of the 2010 Brown Center Report on American Education, written by senior fellow Tom Loveless of the Brookings Institution, analyzes the state of American education using the latest measures of student learning, uncovers and explains trends in achievement test scores, and identifies promising and disappointing educational reforms. The report contains three sections. Part I presents the latest results from assessments and alerts readers to important trends in the data. Part II explores an education issue in depth. Part III analyzes a current or impending question regarding education policy.
For a more complete overview or to view the full report and its findings, visit this page of the Brookings Institution website.