U. S. Math Performance in Global Perspective Webinar

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Please join the webinar on “U. S. Math Performance in Global Perspective” from 12:30 to 1:45 PM (EST) on November 10, 2010. This forthcoming Education Next report will become available that day. Details below.

U.S. Math Performance in Global Perspective
How well does each state do at producing high-achieving students?

November 10, 2010: 12:30 – 1:45 pm (EST)

This free event is a Webinar and takes place online. Registration required.

A report being released on November 10 provides new information on the percentage of high-achieving students in the U.S. high school graduating class of 2009 in each of the 50 states, as compared to the percentage of high-achieving students in 56 other countries.

This study will become available on November 10, 2010 at 12:00 AM EST.  It has been prepared under the auspices of Harvard’s Program on Education Policy and Governance & Education Next in the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at the Harvard Kennedy School.

For an online copy of the report, see: hks.harvard.edu/pepg For an abbreviated version, with a map that provides specific information for each state, see: educationnext.org

In concurrence with this release, this Webinar will feature two of the report’s authors who will present a summary of the findings and take questions from the audience for discussion.  Ample time will be allocated for this Q&A session.

The report authors are:

  • *Eric A. Hanushek – Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution and Stanford University
  • *Paul E. Peterson – Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Government, Harvard University
  • Ludger Woessmann – Professor of Economics, University of Munich

*Presenting at Webinar.

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