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Atlanta Public Schools

Failing Report Card

Sadly, APS has many of Georgia’s lowest performing schools. Most students who attend these schools can’t read or do math on grade level – not because they aren’t capable, but because the quality of education they’re getting is so bad. According to @LAPPSGA, it would take 127 years for Black 4th graders to catch up to White 4th graders at the current proficiency growth rate.

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"Research shows that the more isolated a poor neighborhood is — isolated by a lack of transportation options, isolated by racial segregation, isolated by social class, isolated by school attendance zones — the more likely poverty is to persist from generation to generation."

Jay BookmanAtlanta Journal-Constitution

"The best catalyst for that change remains a strong teacher in a classroom, opening doors and opening minds, who is supported by a larger community that finds the status quo unacceptable."

Jay BookmanAtlanta Journal-Constitution