Neb. math scores rise after teachers focus on problem areas

11/21/2012 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

Nebraska teachers are seeing the results of their hard work as recent statewide standardized test scores revealed improvements in math and reading. "I think what we've witnessed across the state was teachers got together, reordered their curriculum, improved instruction in areas where they found students to be lacking, and stepped it up a notch," Nebraska Education Commissioner Roger Breed said. "I think we'll continue to see that type of improvement in math very clearly over the next few years."

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