US has a fewer percentage of male teachers than 18 of 20 TIMSS Countries.

US has the lowest TIMSS scores of G-7 Countries.

US 12th graders have lowest TIMSS geometry scores of 16 TIMSS countries.

US 37th out of 41 countries in cross link between IAEP, NAEP, and TIMSS scores.

US has a lower savings rate than 33 countries.

Japan's total personal savings now exceed 3 times US GDP.

**Savings rates decrease 1% of GDP for each 1% increase in the percent of females with a higher education.**

Savings rates increase 1% of GDP for each 4 point increase in TIMSS scores.

IAEP Math scores decrease 3 points for each 1% increase in the percent of females with a higher education.

US has a higher murder rate than all but two industrialized nations.

Homicide rate in the US almost tripled in less than 4 decades.

**US incarceration rate is 10-14 times higher than many industrialized nations http://www.sproject.com/rep7.htm**

US males have a lower life expectancy than 23 out of 35 nations.

The US has the third highest traffic fatality rate of 21 TIMSS countries.

SAT Verbal scores increase 2 points for each 1% increase in the percent of principals who are males.

Only 2 countries spend more as a percent of GNP than the US.

US 13 year olds score lower than all other nations in IAEP Science.

US 13 year olds score lower than all other nations in IAEP Math.

98.5% of the top fiftieth percentile of the Graduate Record Exam are men and 1.5% are women.

Correlation of TIMSS scores and IAEP scores.

In G-7 Countries, TIMSS Math scores decrease 2 points for each 1% decrease in the percent of female teachers.

IAEP scores decrease 1.25 points for each 1% increase in the percent of women who have completed a higher education.

TIMSS scores increase 2 points for each 1% increase in the percent of math teachers who are males.

Alcohol consumption in liters per capita by country shows no correlation to TIMSS Math scores.

From state to state, SAT Math scores increase 3 points for each 1% increase in the percent of principals who are males.

Violent crime rates like rape and murder track closely with divorce rates around the world.

Of 11 nations, the US has the smallest percentage of 8th graders who are the top 10 percent of scorers in math, and is 9th in science.