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LANSING -- The achievement gap between Michigan's white and black students widens dramatically between third and seventh grades, particularly in math, new MEAP reports indicate.

March 14, 2006

By Judy Putnam

Booth Newspapers

Lansing Bureau

LANSING -- The achievement gap between Michigan's white and black students widens dramatically between third and seventh grades, particularly in math, new MEAP reports indicate.

Statewide, the percent of students considered proficient in math dropped across the board by the eighth grade. But the drop was accelerated among black and economically disadvantaged students.

http://www.mlive.com/news/statewide/index.ssf?/base/news-7/1142334649117720.xml&coll=1

Published Monday, May. 8, 2006

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Gap in student scores has state looking for answers

March 14, 2006

By Judy Putnam

Booth Newspapers

Lansing Bureau

LANSING -- The achievement gap between Michigan's white and black students widens dramatically between third and seventh grades, particularly in math, new MEAP reports indicate.

Statewide, the percent of students considered proficient in math dropped across the board by the eighth grade. But the drop was accelerated among black and economically disadvantaged students.

http://www.mlive.com/news/statewide/index.ssf?/base/news-7/1142334649117720.xml&coll=1

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