A study from University of California, Berkeley, researchers links new school buildings to improved student achievement, particularly for younger children. The study released Tuesday found that Los Angeles Unified elementary school pupils who transferred into new schools saw their state test scores jump by 10 percentile points for English language arts and seven points for math. High school students in new schools, however, did not see any gains.
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