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Mass. losing ground in math

State falls behind many countries in advanced skills

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / November 10, 2010

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Massachusetts graduated the largest percentage of students in the nation with advanced math skills last year, but trailed more than a dozen countries in Europe and Asia, a worrisome finding that could signal problems for the state’s economic future, according to a study being released today. (Full article: 620 words)

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