Clintondale High School is the nation's first completely flipped school, meaning teachers record lectures for students to
watch online outside of class, and what was once considered homework is now done during classtime, allowing students to work
through assignments together and ask teachers for help. It's working.
The PISA test is given to students in more than 60 countries as a way to compare scores in reading, math and science across
the globe. As in past years, 2012 results show the U.S. near the middle. For insight on the results, Jeffrey Brown talks to
Andreas Schleicher of the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development.
The 2012 Program for International Student Assessment are out, revealing how more than 60 countries compare with one another
in reading, math and science.
In the past, public school standards varied state to state. With backing from the federal government, some governors and superintendents
collaborated on a national "Common Core." But they define only the "what" -- what kids should know, not how they should be
taught. Special education correspondent John Merrow reports.