United States students have better access to computers than students in nearly every other industrialized nation, according to a new report. And girls in the United States say they're comfortable with technology more often than girls in other countries do.

But the report also suggests that America is divided into high and low achievers in a way several other nations are not—and that U.S. students, on average, perform no better than the rest.

Issued Oct. 29 by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the annual


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