How U.S. STEM Practices Compare Internationally
Education Week - Rick Hess Straight Up
The OECD recently issued its new book-length report, "Measuring Innovation in Education 2019." Today, I'll flag five big questions the report helps answer about international STEM instruction.
U.S. students do more hands-on science than their international peers, but the gap is closing. Find out more about how U.S. #STEM practices compare to other countries.
Do American students do more—or less—math homework than their peers abroad? #RHSU
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answers five questions about teaching STEM in America in
"Second, for all the fuss and fury about how we're doing on STEM, the fact is that our policies and practices don't look all that different from those of the other OECD nations." -
Frederick M. Hess
“For all the fuss and fury about how [the US is] doing on #STEM, the fact is that our policies and practices don't look all that different from those of the other OECD nations—not in 2015, nor even in 2007.” Today, at #RHSU.