Live broadcast: August 5th Recently, the US media reported that no eighth graders in James’ school had passed the state math exam for three years in a row, which caused extensive discussion, most of which were questions about James, the founder of the school, while the US media clutchpoints issued a rebuttal. The full text is as follows:
It’s crazy that so many people want to see LeBron fail. Even if the eighth-grade students fail in math, it will be regarded as LeBron’s failure, just as if he were Mr. Le.
"Since 2018, the passing rate of the eighth-grade students in James’s’ I Promise’ school in the state mathematics exam is 0%!" When a news headline appears, the most important thing is not the information mentioned, but the information left out.
To be admitted to the "IPromise" school, students must rank in the bottom 25% of the state reading test;
28% students in "IPromise" school have disabilities;
Most admitted students are not good at math in their grade-they have fallen behind for several years;
Only 42% of these students have studied for a whole school year, but they have not reached the level of their grade;
Since the epidemic, the reading and math test scores of the whole country have plummeted;
On the whole, since 2012, students’ reading and math test scores in the United States have dropped significantly.
Anyone can find this information, but most people don’t. The only reason they discuss eighth-grade mathematics is because it is related to celebrities.
The mission of James School is not only to let 13-year-old children pass the exam, but also to solve the intergenerational problem of education in the United States. It is important that LeBron’s school can provide classrooms, teachers and opportunities for children with disabilities.