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By: Shayla Thiel Stern


Minnesota Legislators Support Math Corps to Help Lagging Student Math Scores

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The latest results of the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) were released last week and showed a decrease in student scores, with only 53.9 percent of students meeting or exceeding standards for math proficiency. We see this as an opportunity to speak to schools about broader adoption of Math Corps.

Two Minnesota state legislators agree: Republican Senator Paul Anderson (above, right) and DFL Representative Ami Wazlawik (above, left) co-authored an Op-Ed about why Math Corps is a proven, evidence-based solution for improving students’ math skills. Read their Op-Ed here.

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