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By Alexander Russo — September 26, 2007 1 min read

‘Nation’s Report Card’ Shows Improvement Wash Post
The nation’s fourth- and eighth-graders continue to improve steadily in mathematics, and fourth-grade reading achievement is on the rise, according to test scores released yesterday.

NAEP Reading and Math Scores Rise EdWeek
The gains continued an overall upward trend in math scores that dates to the early 1990s, while reading scores have been more stagnant.

US students score sweeping gains on tests CSM
Elementary and middle-school students are making significant improvements in math skills, while their gains in reading are more modest, according to national test results.

Schoolkids Post Modest Gains Wall Street Journal
US schoolchildren won higher marks on a national report card, intensifying the battle over the renewal of NCLB.

Grade-schoolers raise math, reading scores USA Today
When it comes to math and reading skills, new test results show the USA’s youngsters are improving steadily but slowly.

Math Scores Rise, but Reading Is Mixed NYT
The results also showed that the nation had made only incremental progress in narrowing historic gaps in achievement between white and minority students.

U.S. Test Results Show Growth in Math, Not Reading NPR
The Education Department’s highly anticipated national test scores for 4th- and 8th-graders show modest improvements in math, but flat scores in reading.

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