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High Achievers

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The children of recent immigrants to the United States are among the highest achievers in mathematics and science as judged by prestigious nationwide competitions. Such students reached academic heights in three of those competitions this past school year.

SOURCE: National Foundation for American Policy

Vol. 23, Issue 43, Page 14

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