Indiana student scores up slightly on state math exam

Indiana students in six out of eight grades made modest gains in math on the state exam, while they scored about the same as they did last year in English/language arts. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Suellen K. Reed blamed the flat scores on a decline in reading outside the classroom and on the proliferation of text messaging.

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