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Globe Editorial

Beyond the Bunsen burner

October 18, 2007

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SCIENCE AND technology create new knowledge, cool products, and merciful medical treatments, but newly released MCAS scores suggest that a lot of public school students are missing out on the excitement: 26 percent of high school students failed last spring's tests in biology, chemistry, physics or technology/engineering. And only 9 percent scored at the "advanced" level. (Full article: 437 words)

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