Blacks struggle to pass tests in suburban classrooms

09/6/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Black parents may move to suburban districts in hopes of a better education for their children, but students are still struggling to pass exit exams. "It is a wake-up call to African-Americans in Maryland," said the state's board of education president, Dunbar Brooks. "...[T]he mere fact that your child attends a suburban school district does not make academic achievement automatic."

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