To quote Casey Kasem: 'the hits just keep on coming.' Only in this case, the hits aren't so good (at least not for American education).

In case you haven't been keeping track, here's a list of some recent reports that bemoan our schools' inability to prepare globally-competitive citizens. Continuing our country's long-standing tradition, committees, commissions, and task forces have been scrambling over each other to issue the latest update on our schools' ineptitude:

This doesn't include magazine articles, speeches, interviews, and other activities along these lines. We might be in danger of losing our global lead on some measures, but I'm guessing we're still ahead of everyone else when it comes to task force and commission reports!

Did I miss any? Are we seeing similar activity in other countries?