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Press Release 08-075
Closing the Achievement Gap in Math and Science

Latest results from Math and Science Partnership program show gains for Hispanic and African-American students

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Photo of a middle-school student describing a mathematical image on a screen.

A middle-school student describes a mathematical image at the MSP Summer Institute for middle school math teachers in Broward County, Fla.

Credit: Richard Voss, Heinz-Otto Peitgen


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Charts comparing math and science achievement among different elementary school subgroups.

These results are from Math and Science Partnership projects that target specific improvements in their math and/or science programs. Source: MSP-Management Information System, K-12 District Survey and Partnership Projects Survey

Credit: Zina Deretsky


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