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Attleboro area schools pushing math, science curriculum

Area schools are pushing a curriculum weighted toward science and math. Test scores show the strategy is working. The payoff will come when students land good jobs in tech-heavy fields.

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Posted: Saturday, December 14, 2013 9:45 pm | Updated: 12:01 am, Mon Dec 16, 2013.

In Attleboro, science teachers work with professional engineers to learn how to better communicate technology to their students and stimulate interest in math and science.

In North Attleboro, middle school students are pooling their ideas to create a science experiment that will go into space.

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