The Smartest Kids in the World
And How They Got That WayBook - 2013
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In this book Amanda Ripley, A time Magazine journalist, goes on a journey to explore and research the education system in America and other foreign country's. Ripley does this by following three teenagers to other country's as they spend a whole school year in Finland, South Korea, and Poland. Throughout the book we discover that things have changed now, and these places are becoming more evolved than us quickly. The attitude of students have changed as they are focusing more and more on their educating.
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