Innovative math program boosts scores at California schools


Across California, schools saw a 4.5-percent increase in the number of elementary students scoring "proficient" or "advanced" in math. But 64 Orange County elementary schools that used a math software program created by the nonprofit MIND Research Institute saw a nearly 13-percent increase in the number of students scoring in those top levels, reports the Los Angeles Times. Such gains show that "demographics and background have nothing to do with

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