dualjobs t1_j7sgqxs wrote

I see how complex your examples are for learning disabled highschool freshmen/sophomores. The scores are unfortunately comparative across the state, for example nearly every student in my son's school (Montgomery County) started pre-algebra in 7th or 8th grade.

I think the real disadvantage is the children's study habits and the expectations set at home. I really feel for Baltimore teachers.

Edit: My son attended highschool before COVID.