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Dennis P. Garland's insight:
Of 57 industrialized nations that participated in a 2011 Trends in International Math and Science Study (TIMSS), United States fourth graders ranked 11th place. Not bad. Even better was that 8th graders ranked 9th of 56 countries. But, by age 15, in a Program for International Student Assessment (PISA, 2009), American students were in 31st place out of 65 participating countries.