Maryland schools' scores up for second straight year

In Maryland, all 24 school systems showed gains on the state reading and math tests this year, with some making solid progress in narrowing the racial and ethnic achievement gap. Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick attributed the gains to educators' familiarity with the three-year-old tests and a voluntary state curriculum that eases the transition for students who move between districts.

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