COLUMBIA — Missouri’s fourth- and eighth-graders made significant gains in the math section of this year’s National Assessment of Education Progress, a test commonly known as “the nation’s report card.” Missouri students brought their math scores up several points, making them equal to the national average.
Missouri students raise math scores
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