Tech developers are recruited to boost middle-school math scores

01/7/2013 | GothamSchools.org (New York)

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Chancellor Dennis Walcott have launched the App Gap Challenge, in which software developers create applications aimed to help middle-school students learn math. "Students who fall behind in middle school math are likely to remain behind through high school and less likely to graduate ready for college," Bloomberg said.

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