Data Points And Fact Sheets About High School

Results from the 2009 Programme for International Student Assessment: How does the United States compare to other nations?

Economic and technological innovations successfully moved the United States from the Industrial Age to the Digital Age. Americans have entered—and now must compete in—a more sophisticated, technological global economy. Unfortunately, 2009 data from Programme for International Student Assessment shows that the nation’s schools have failed to keep up with corresponding educational demands, leaving our young people unprepared for the international marketplace.

Publication date: 
December 9 2010

Graduation Rate Accountability Guide

For far too long, most states did not set any meaningful expectations for schools to raise graduation rates and close gaps between groups. Fortunately, that’s beginning to change. Prompted by the U.S.

Publication date: 
May 25 2010

High School Data Points

Publication date: 
October 15 2009 (All day)