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Press Release 07-005
NSF's Math and Science Partnerships Demonstrate Continued Increases in Student Proficiency

Elementary mathematics students showed greatest gains over 3 years

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The latest K-12 math and science data show steady increases in proficiency.

The latest K-12 math and science data show steady increases in proficiency.

Credit: Mark Whitmore


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Student achivement at 123 schools is illustrated.

Student achivement at 123 schools participating in the NSF Math and Science Partnership program is illustrated. The proficiency percentages compare 2002-2003, when the program began, and 2004-2005, the most recent year for which data are available. The "*" denotes a statisically significant change at the 0.05 level (i.e., 1 in 20 chance the change results from random chance).

Credit: Nicolle Rager, NSF


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