NEW YORK, June 18, 2007--New York City Schools put in place efforts to improve math scores using strong, consistent curriculum five years ago. These efforts have led to substantial gains made by elementary and middle school students on the latest state math exams. The city´s curriculum includes Wright Group/McGraw-Hill´s Everyday Mathematics in elementary schools and Glencoe/McGraw-Hill´s Impact Mathematics for middle schools.

"It takes an incredible amount of work and dedication from New York City´s administrators, principals, teachers, parents, and most especially students to achieve these results," said William Oldsey, executive vice president, McGraw-Hill Education. "We´re...

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