3/05/2011

So the US spends more per student in K-12 than any other OECD country, but they

The US sure spends a lot on education per student.

But it is pretty hard to see much of a return from that money. Education test data for 2006 is available here and the raw data for 2009 is available here. Data for 2000 and 20003 are available here.



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OpenID DougHuffman said...

I wonder how many and who will be able to take a rational conclusion from the graphed regression of PISA as a function of educational expenditures w/o Mexico and Turkey.

Does seeing the significance of a flat-line correlation qualify as "doing arithmetic"?

3/06/2011 6:37 AM  

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