Joshua Goodman: How to Make U.S. Schools Better

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Like it or not, American education is in a mediocre state. We spend the most per school-aged child in the world but do not see the results to reflect this. A look at the education system and mentality in Finland and Asian cultures may provide the keys to success. Joshua Goodman, Assistant Professor in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, explains what we can be doing better.

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