Study Finds Rural Graduates Earn Fewer Math Credits
Graduates of rural high schools typically earn fewer math credits than their peers at nonrural campuses, according to a study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Research in Rural Education . The data also suggest that rural graduates tend to begin high school at a slightly lower level in mathematics and appear to have substantially less access to...
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