The 2003 Brown Center Report on American Education is the fourth edition of the annual publication. It will be released October 22, 2003. The first section uses NAEP test data and test scores from the states to evaluate student achievement. The second section debunks the popular notion that students are being overwhelmed with homework. The third section offers a follow-up of last year's study of charter schools, with special attention given to charter schools that were once regular public schools and charter schools run by educational management organizations (EMOs).For 1999, the figures are 83% at age 9, 66% at age 13, and 65% at age 17 (see Table 2-3). Based on these statistics, it appears that less than one hour per day is the typical amount of homework for American children, even for students in high school. ... The Third International Mathematics and Science Survey in 1995 asked students in their final year of secondary school how many hours per day theyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The 2003 Brown Center Annual Report on American Education|
|Publisher||:||Brookings Institution Press - 2003|