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Nationally, Massachusetts Schools Shine, but Achievement Gap Persists

While Massachusetts students came out on top in 4th and 8th grade math and reading as measured by the recently-released National Assessment of Educational Progress exam (aka "the nation's report card"), there's work to be done to address a persistent gap in achievement between white and minority students.  Governor Patrick and state Secretary of Education Paul Reville have some plans in the works that aim to do just that.
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