U.S. school leaders are working on an action plan for teachers to help students learn skills
A report by a federal education advocacy group said school leaders in the U.K. are working to identify ways to improve students’ learning and engagement skills.
The report, released Monday, found that in the three years leading up to the 2016-17 school year, students in England and Wales performed on average about twice as well on standardized tests as students in other countries, including Australia and Canada.
In the U, students performed about half as well.
The U.k. education agency also noted that in 2015, students’ performance on exams was comparable to the performance of students in Germany and the U.