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[ Illiterate ] 9% Math, 29% ELA Passing while 64% Chronically Absent SFUSD African American Data June 2022

Data from the San Francisco Board of Education
June 2022

https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/sfusd/Board.nsf/files/CG5V977F8741/%24file/6_28_22%20-%20SFUSD%20Student%20Performance%20Analysis.pdf
9% of African American students Passing Math: In a shocking set of statistics African American students in the San Francisco pulic schools are beyond underoerformeing it could be saiud they are illiterate and unable to count.

In a shocking set of statistics African American students in the San Francisco public schools are beyond underperforming it could be said they are illiterate and unable to count.

There is a growing rumbling that years of unchecked softening of curriculum and stabdards have hurt inner city children especially African American students, the statistics clearly show something is missing from their education in San Francisco.

9% Proficient in Math, 29% are English Proficient and 64% of African American Students are chronically absent data shows for African American Students in Grades 3-8 and 11 in the San Francisco Unified School District

Data from the San Francisco Board of Education. See "ready for high school" vs "chronically absent" and graduation rate

African-American (Grades 3-8: 11) Ready for High School 15%

Chronically Absent 63.4%

English Proficient 29%

Math 9%

https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/sfusd/Board.nsf/files/CG5V977F8741/%24file/6_28_22%20-%20SFUSD%20Student%20Performance%20Analysis.pdf



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