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Non-traditional mathematics curriculum results in higher standardized test scores, MU study finds

September 16, 2013

image of math problems on a chalk board Researchers from the University of Missouri (MU) have found high-school students in the United States achieve higher scores on a standardized mathematics test if they study from a curriculum known as integrated mathematics. Full Story

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