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Let the International Competition Begin

By Richard Whitmire — December 20, 2010 1 min read

Whichever country solves the problem of boys becoming disinterested in reading -- and thereby school and college -- stands to win the global education race. In the New York Daily News I team up with George Mason University professor William Brozo, whose book I drew on for my book research, to lay out the rules of the race.

We use both PISA and the recent Center on Education Policy report.

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