Va. school district recognized for raising minority achievement in math

04/16/2013 | Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Va.), The

A Virginia school district was recognized recently for its summer program aimed at improving math achievement among African-American middle-school male students. The program uses mentors and parent outreach to support students. District data reveal that 90% of those who participate in the program show consistent progress from year to year.

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