Reading Study Shows Mixed Results in U.S.

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SomeOne pointed to Newsday.com and an article that says Fourth-graders in the United States score better in reading than many of their peers around the world, but poor and minority U.S. students still lag behind other U.S. learners, a new international study shows. The United States had the second-lowest student-to-teacher ratio in primary education, but in secondary education, U.S. schools had the second highest ratio of students to teachers.

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