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Wisconsin reading, math scores up slightly
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By Scott Bauer Associated Press MADISON - Reading and math scores for most Wisconsin public school students increased slightly on tests administered last fall, but wide achievement gaps between white students and minorities persist, results released Tuesday show. Test results for students participating in the taxpayer-subsidized private school voucher program were to be released later Tuesday. The scores are looked at closely by parents, educators and policy makers to assess both how well students are learning and how schools are doing at educating them.

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