STAMFORD — Two graphics presented at a Thursday night forum for candidates aspiring to serve on the Stamford School Board told the story of the challenges facing black students in the district.
In one, the average math scores of black students for the state’s Smarter Balanced Assessment were displayed alongside the average scores of Asian, white, and Hispanic students for five different school years. The image showed that black students were far behind Asian and white students and slightly below Hispanic students in meeting or exceeding state requirements.
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