After Every Eighth Grader Fails State Math Test, LeBron James' I Promise School Responds
It was announced late last week that not a single student at LeBron James' 'I Promise academic'
who is now in seventh grade would be moving on to eighth grade having completed the Ohio state math exam since the 2018-2019 academic year. As a consequence of the findings,
the public school in Ohio, which began in 2018 with the mission of assisting pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and which allegedly costs the state's taxpayers $8 million annually,
is now providing a response to the "discouraging" test results.
The Akron Beacon Journal was the first to disclose that the children in the seventh grade who are responsible for finishing the state proficiency exam,
which is necessary in order to move on to the next grade,
had not completed the math test part since they were in the third grade (during the 2018-2019 school year). This is required in order for them to move up to the next grade.
Now, it is essential to point out that the previous several years of "discouraging" test results have also fallen within the same time period that COVID-19 has had an effect on the globe.
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