Education policymakers generally agree that student achievement matters for those students’ life trajectories and for long-term national prosperity. But how much does it matter? By which measure: NAEP, state assessments, or graduation rates? To which economic outcome: individual, state, or national productivity? Eric Hanushek and Henry Levin, distinguished economists, joined David Steiner for this discussion.
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