Grade-Rigging Scandal: Baltimore Students Missed 100+ Days Of School, Failed Classes, Still Graduated | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Grade-Rigging Scandal: Baltimore Students Missed 100+ Days Of School, Failed Classes, Still Graduated

For the last several years, we have been covering the grade-changing scandal in Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS). Administrators, teachers, and parents continue to come forward about the widespread fraud that allows children to graduate, even though they've missed school or failed classes.

Project Baltimore, who has spearheaded the investigation into BCPS fraud, has uncovered another school where students missed more than 100 days of class or failed ten courses in three years, still graduated during the 2019 school year.

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City Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises accuses Project Baltimore of “sensationalism” and has “violated even the lowest standard of decency.” Fox45 requested an interview with Dr. Santelises concerning the allegations; we haven’t heard back. https://foxbaltimore.com/news/project-baltimore/city-schools-ceo-issue...

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I do not expect any teacher here to get fired; I am reasonably certain that they were forced to do this by their Union Leadership, because the numbers in terms of actual class attendance and and accomplishment were so horrific.

I have every respect for the good teachers in our system; but unfortunately, the system tends to punish good teachers (remember the film, "Stand and Deliver?!?) while promoting those who do nothing, except encourage mediocrity, and bear responsibility for the innumerate; illiterate; and inability to think logically state of far too many of our high school students.

The only things for which they will be qualified, are getting hired for "Rent-a-mob" jobs, and whatever bounty of public assistance for which they may well qualify.

City Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises may scream at Project Baltimore all she wants; but if the information here is true, she needs to turn in her resignation papers right now, so she can protect whatever cushy union retirement benefits are left to her.

Because the failures of this school, and broken promises to parents, and students has been a constant for some time now. The System is Broken, 2017; Angry Dad lashes out when his 12th grader tests at 4th grade mathematics

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