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Educational Marketer;9/4/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 25, p8
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The article provides information related to educational development in the U.S. Schools in New York has required school children to take English Language Arts examination as part of their compliance to the demands of the federal government. School board in Oshkosh, Wisconsin has adopted the College Preparatory Mathematics curriculum for high school math.


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