Advanced math and sciences classes attracting more high-school students

05/23/2013 | Education Week

More high-school students are taking high-level math and science courses than two decades ago, according to a recent analysis by the National Center for Education Statistics. Data reveal that more minority students also are participating in courses like algebra II and trigonometry, writes education reporter Caralee Adams, who shares additional trends from the report in this blog post

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