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State's 8th-graders score well in writing test, despite gender gap

By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / April 4, 2008

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Massachusetts eighth-graders ranked third in a 2007 national writing assessment released yesterday, but boys scored significantly lower than girls, renewing concern among state education officials about a widening gender gap. (Full article: 567 words)

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