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How Tennessee, Michigan compare

How Michigan, Tennessee compare

Tennessee has made great strides on national tests in recent years, a byproduct officials say of better teacher training and blah blah blah

4th grade math, all4th grade reading, all4th grade math, poor* students

4th grade math, not poor

4th grade math, black students

4th grade math, white students

4th grade reading, poor students

4th grade reading, not poor

4th grade reading, black students

4th grade reading, white students

8th grade math, all

8th grade reading, all

8th grade math, poor students

8th grade math, not poor

8th grade math, black students

8th grade math, white students

8th grade reading, poor students

8th grade reading, not poor

8th grade reading, black students

8th grade reading, white students

Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress.

* Note: Poor are those students eligible for a free or reduced lunch.

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