In Annapolis, the topic received a similar response. Delegates Robbyn Lewis and Sandy Rosenberg, both elected leaders from Baltimore City, dodged our questions.

Baltimore, MD - Feb. 8, 2023 -  After FOX45’s Project Baltimore’s report uncovering 23 schools in Baltimore City had zero students who tested proficient in math, some leaders representing the city aren’t talking about the problem.

The Maryland State Department of Education recently released the 2022 state test results known as MCAP, Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program. Baltimore City’s math scores were the lowest in the state; 7% of third through eighth graders tested proficient in math, meaning 93% could not do math at grade level.

Project Baltimore analyzed the test results and found 23 schools – including elementary, middle and high schools – that didn’t have one student performing at grade level.... Read More: FOX45