Tablets & Pc’s for Students. Project Baltimore found 1/3 of City Schools are zero proficient n math

Per BALTIMORE (WBFF) - An alarming discovery coming out of City Schools. Project Baltimore analyzed 2017 state testing data and found one-third of High Schools in Baltimore, last year, had zero students proficient in math.


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