A new report shows that the United States has some of the worst education systems in the world, according to a study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

In addition, the study found that the US schools are failing at making students more resilient and employable.

The report, which was published in the Journal of Economic Literature, says that in the US, schools have the highest dropout rate, second-highest dropout rates for black students, and second-worst graduation rates for Hispanic students.

The United States also has the lowest average GPA and the lowest graduation rate of any developed country, the report says.

The study says that these high dropout and graduation rates are due to poor teaching and learning in the classrooms.

Read more about the report here.

The US education system is plagued by low test scores and weak academic achievement, according the report.

The findings suggest that students of color are disproportionately affected by the school system.

The school system has also a high dropoff rate among students who are low income, as they have less opportunity to attend college and graduate.

The research found that about one-third of students who attend public school in the United State do not graduate from college.

According to the report, about 60% of black students graduate from high school with less than a high school diploma, compared to 37% of white students.

There is also a lack of access to quality preschool and after-school programs.

The researchers also found that while about one in five students in the nation’s public schools attend a charter school, only 13% of all children in public schools in the country do.

The country’s education system also has a high rate of low-income students, the researchers said.

The education system has a strong focus on standardized tests and teacher evaluation, but it also has little support for students with disabilities.

Read the full report here, which is also available as a PDF.