Mass. students among world's high achievers in math, science

Officials in Massachusetts credit reform efforts that started decades ago to direct more funds to urban schools, raise academic standards and establish a rigorous exit exam for the state's success in science and math. With students in the state ranking among the world's leaders in those subjects, educators say the secret is a combination of hands-on instruction and high expectations, with students expected to learn algebra before high school.

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