Study: Gap between U.K., Asian students' math performance widening

While British students are largely even with their Asian counterparts in math achievement up to age 10, they tend to fall behind during secondary school, according to a University of London study. John Jerrim, one of the study's authors, suggested the keys to closing the gap may be helping students at younger ages and giving more attention to schools' highest-achieving students.

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