Test results show black students in the South are making gains:

07/15/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The · NYTimes.com

Results from the National Assessment of Education Progress exam show significant improvement in black students' reading and math scores in Southern states. The Department of Education reports that fourth- through eighth-grade black students in almost all Southern states made gains in test scores from the 1990s through 2007, with particular improvement in math, although further progress remains to be made.

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