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Press Release 07-080
Student Results Show Benefits of Math and Science Partnerships

Improvements shown in nearly every age group when schools partnered with higher education

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12th-grade physics students work with teacher.

12th-graders from Boston's John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science receive guidance from a retired Advanced Placement physics teacher during a aboratory investigation conducted at Northeastern University.

Credit: Boston Science Partnership


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The graph shows student performance after state assessments in math and science.

The graph shows state assessments in math and science of students at National Science Foundation-funded math and science partnership schools.

Credit: National Science Foundation


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