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Forty Percent Of Baltimore High Schools Don’t Have a Single Math-Proficient Student

  • A recent state exam revealed that 40% of Baltimore high schools do not have a single student who is proficient in math. This indicates a serious problem in the education system and raises concerns about the quality of education being provided in these schools.
  • The unredacted state test results obtained for every school in the Baltimore City Public Schools district showed that nearly 75% of the students at 13 schools scored a one out of four, indicating a significant lack of grade-level proficiency in math. This suggests a widespread issue across multiple schools within the district.
  • Despite receiving $1.6 billion in taxpayer funds, the Baltimore City Public Schools system has struggled to improve education, as seen in the lack of progress in math proficiency. An earlier report from WBFF also found that 13 schools had zero students performing at grade level for math. This highlights the persistent challenges facing the education system in Baltimore.
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