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News stories tagged with "math"

Middle-school Math Test Scores Improve

The State's Education Commissioner says that after three years with no improvement, 4th and 8th grade math test scores in New York have gone up. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Flawed Math Regents Test Thrown Out

Local high school seniors are breathing a sigh of relief after news the math Regents was declared flawed.  Go to full article

Job Skills: Math, Science and Computer Literacy

Literacy is the ability to read and write at a certain level of proficiency. But, increasingly it has become common to attach the word to the subjects of math, science and even computers. As our series on literacy in the North Country concludes today, we look at how employers are coping with the increasing demands for a more technologically skilled workforce and how the gap in skills affects the northern New York economy. Jody Tosti has our story.

Clinton County Literacy Volunteers (518) 564-5332
One-Stop Career Center, St. Lawrence County (315) 386-3276  Go to full article

NYS English and Math Regents Results

The news is mixed on the results of the Regents English and Math tests taken by New York's high school seniors.  Go to full article

Understanding Einstein through Soap Bubbles

Martha Foley talks with Dr. Frank Morgan, a visiting Professor of Math at SUNY Potsdam.  Go to full article

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