Report busts myth that U.S. class time is much lower than that of high-performing nations – The Answer Sheet – The Washington Post

A new report concludes that contrary to popular perception — including that of Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s — most U.S. public schools require at least as much or even more instructional time for students than countries touted for their high performance on international tests, including Finland, Japan and South Korea.

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