Just before the coronavirus pandemic forced school shutdowns, 24% of the city’s high school students earned below a 1.0 GPA
By Louis Casiano
Nearly half, 41%, of all Baltimore high school students enrolled with the public school district earned below a 1.0 GPA during the first three quarters of the 2020-2021 school year, according to media reports – a statistic that administrators have attributed to a year that saw unprecedented disruptions to learning nationwide.
A chart obtained by FOX affiliate WBFF-TV said nearly half of all 20,500 Baltimore City Public Schools students attending high school earned less than a D average.
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