Global Comparison from the Classroom 

The Commission on Youth has been diligently compiling data for the next stage of improving services to children.  Its new focus is examining how Virginia students compare academically with other countries and what shortfalls must be addressed in order for them to compete globally.  An initial finding reveals that many factors are causing the nation to lag behind in undergraduate science and engineering degrees—and even in basic skills.  As Virginia Public Radio’s Tommie McNeil reports, an initial finding reveals that many factors are causing the nation to lag behind in undergraduate science and engineering degrees—and even in basic skills.

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