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U.S. now ranks near the bottom among 35 industrialized nations in math

Math performance of American 15-year-olds declined significantly on international PISA test

Is it better to teach pure math instead of applied math?

OECD study of 64 countries and regions finds significant rich-poor divide on math instruction

State-of-the-art education software often doesn’t help students learn more, study finds

2 lessons from the most rigorous study to date of "adaptive-learning" courseware at colleges and universities

Colleges send too many into remedial classes who don’t need it, growing body of research shows

Alaska study finds high school GPA a better predictor of ability to pass college English and math than placement exams or SAT scores

The children of children who went to desegregated schools reap benefits, too, study finds

Two generations show better outcomes from integrated schools

The best school violence prevention program may start with raising test scores, study shows

Researchers find causal link between academic gains and safer schools

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Data show segregation by income (not race) is what’s getting worse in schools

The intersection of poverty and race is producing larger and more alarming achievement gaps

Are science lecture classes sexist?

Researchers find women suffer bigger "grade penalties" than men in large science lecture classes

Cries about national teacher shortages might be overblown

Some places have shortages of teachers, others have surpluses

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