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Students who took algebra generally showed greater gains in mathematics achievement on the National Educational Longitudinal Study between 1988 and 1990 than those who did not take the course.

SOURCE: "Algebra for All: Benefits of College-Preparatory Mathematics for Students With Diverse Abilities in Early Secondary School," Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Fall 2000.

Vol. 20, Issue 11, Page 8

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