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The United States was ranked 17th in an assessment of the education systems of 50 countries. The United States was ranked 17th in an assessment of the education systems of 50 countries. u.s.
According to the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study, in 2011 the average United States fourth-grade reading score was 556, which makes the United States rank sixth out of forty-nine participating countries. Hong Kong ranks first, with a score of 571. The average score for all countries was 500.
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U.S. students continue to rank near the middle, and behind many other advanced industrial nations, in international math, science and reading assessments.
By both measures, the United States was first in the world as recently as 20 years ago, said Barry McGaw, director of education for the Paris-based Organization for Cooperation and Development. The 30-nation organization develops the yearly rankings as a way for countries to evaluate their education systems and determine whether to change their policies.
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"In K-12 education, our kids are scoring at the bottom of science and mathematics right now in the industrialized world -- at the bottom." —