Colorado math scores up, reading scores flat

08/3/2005 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

According to data released yesterday, Colorado students in grades five through 10 registered higher proficiency scores on state math exams taken this spring, although third- through tenth-graders' proficiency rates in reading appear to have leveled off in recent years. Little progress was made in closing the achievement gaps for low-income students, boys and Hispanics.

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