Vermont scores improve, although gaps persist

10/19/2004 | Rutland Herald (Vt.)

In Vermont, fourth- and eighth-graders' math and reading scores on last spring's New Standards Reference Exam showed improvements over the previous year's results, although the low-income and male subgroups continued to lag. Education Commissioner Richard Cate says the best way to help low-income students is through more early-childhood education programs.

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