Catching Up to Canada

Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed, Nov 06, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Interesting article about what the U.S. needs to do to catch up to Canada's pace of educational outcomes. "Forty-seven percent of Canadians have a postsecondary degree of some kind, compared to 39 percent of Americans, and the numbers look worse (or better, if you're Canadian) when you look at citizens aged 25 to 34, as 55 percent of Canadians and 39 percent of Americans in that group have degrees (placing the U.S. 10th)."
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