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TIMSS & Culture

Crosslinking the TIMSS, IAEP, NAEP, and SAT Scores of 45 Countries

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Only Kuwait, Columbia, South Africa, Jordan, Brazil, and Mozambique score lower than the US.

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Only Columbia, South Africa, Jordan, Brazil, and Mozambique score lower than US teachers.

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Worldwide, TIMSS Scores increase 7 points for each 1% increase in the percent of teachers who are men.

 

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Removing Singapore considerably improves correlation

Even if SAT Math scores had not declined as they did in the last 3-4 decades, US education quality would still not have been all that great. Had scores just remained flat with 1960 [read: had the percent of teachers who are males not decreased from 31.3% to 25.6%], we would rank equally to Portugal, Austria, and Spain in geometry scores, who themselves are at the bottom of the world scale. That would still have put us more than 87 points lower than countries like Switzerland, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, and Singapore, who have 2-3 times the percentage of male teachers as us. Increasing US education quality to a level equivalent to Switzerland requires a 22% increase in the percent of US teachers who are males, from 25.6% to 47.6%. Nothing, nothing else will make a bit of difference to education quality unless and until this happens. Background data.

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Non-feminized Nations in Blue, Feminized Nations in Red

Country or State 12th Grade TIMSS Geometry Score  Education Cost As % of GDP (1) % Male HS Teachers (1) 12th Grade SAT Math 

1 TIMSS pt = 1.5 SAT Math Points

13 y.o. IAEP Math 8th Grade NAEP/IAEP Crosslink Study NAEP Scores
China (1) 647 2.4 70 561
Singapore (1) (643) 3.4 48
Taiwan (2) (610) 3.5 69 545 296.7
Korea (1) (3) (607) 3.9 68 542 294.1
Japan (1) (605) 4.9 71
Hong Kong (1) (588) 51
Belgium (1) (565) 5.6 60
Russia 548 60 533 287.6
Switzerland  547 5.6 87 539 287.5
Slovak Republic (1) (547) 55
France 544 6.1 43 (664) (7) 519 278.1
Netherlands (1) 541 7.3 72
Bulgaria (1) 540 6.9 47
Hungary (1) 537 5.4 60 529 284.8
Ireland (1) 527 6.9 50 509 271.4
Denmark 527 55
Israel (1) 522 5.8 38 517 276.8
Thailand (1) 522 3.3 50
Cyprus 517 55
Lithuania 515 45
New Zealand (1) 508 56
England (1) 506 5.0 55 511
Norway (1) (503) 49
Canada 499 7.3 58 513 274
Greece 498 3.4 47
Scotland (1) 498 42 511 272.4
Australia 496 5.5 52
Czech Republic 494 5.0 66
Latvia (1) 493 40
Sweden  492 6.7 55
Germany 487 5.9 59
Iceland (1) 487 3.7 71
Romania (1) 482 52
Italy 480 5.1 39 517 276.3
Slovenia 476 38 504 267.3
US 1960 (before 30 SAT-M point drop) 470
Spain (5) (470) 4.5 53 495 261.9
North Dakota (6) (469) 567 281.1 229
Austria 462 5.7 45
Portugal (1) 454 5.3 41 483
US Males 440 503
Iran (1) 428 29
US 1995 Average 424 6.9 25 480 494 261.8 218
US Females 408 456
California 395 456 256.3 207
Kuwait (1) 392
US Teachers (est) 388 426
Colombia (1) 385
North Carolina 376 428 250.4 211
South Africa (1) 354
Jordan 347 458 236.1
Brazil 317 444
District of Columbia 300 437 231.4 191
Mozambique 290 427
(1) United Nations Statistical Yearbook, 1997, 37th Issue, Page 116

(1)--Assumption: 12th grade scores are equal to 8th grade scores, since no other data was available. These scores could be 70 points higher or lower.

(2)Taiwan--13 y.o. score 3 points higher than Korean 13 y.o. on IAEP.

(3) Korea--Gap in IAEP from 9 y.o. to 13 y.o. is 72 points, Korea's 12th graders probably score much higher than the TIMSS score of 607 for their 8th graders.

(4) Japan--8th graders score 2 points lower than Korea on TIMSS.

(5) Spain--IAEP Score for 13 y.o. is 6 points lower than Slovenia, whose 12th graders scored 476 TIMSS points.

(6) North Dakota--IAEP/NAEP Cross linking study shows 9 y.o. score in same range as countries who score 545 on TIMSS. The 76 point drop in TIMSS scores from US 8th to 12th graders is subtracted from North Dakota's score.

(7) France -- Assumption: a linear relationship of one TIMSS point to 2 SAT points as the difference between the US and North Dakota is 91 SAT points and 45 TIMSS points.

(1) China -- crosslinked to 561 IAEP Math points.

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