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    • Steph B.

      education infographic (don't believe everything you read on the internet even if its presented well)

    • Tina Barrett

      U.S. Education vs. The World. Keep in mind that free education through high school is available to all students in all countries.

    • Ashley Miller

      Infographic: Education Spending Around the World --- Very interesting, we spend the most, but for what? The money clearly isnt helping our test scores.

    • NCTAF

      U.S. Education vs. The World: Education Spending and Performance in Twelve Countries Infographic

    • Melissa Kowalick

      LM#4. I chose this pin because I found that statistics it shared extremely interesting. The United States spends the most money on their education system, and yet, other countries seem to be outperforming us in the education world. It makes me wonder what the U.S. could do to increase student performance in the education system. I searched "global education."

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