CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A new progress report for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools that shows no academic impact for its Project LIFT schools that are on a year-round calendar.
Bruns Academy and Walter G. Byers received an F-grade.
Druid Hills Academy and Thomasboro Academy received a D-grade.
All of the schools scored well below 50-percent proficiency for End of Grade reading and math tests.
Channel 9 reached out to incoming Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox to see if he has seen the report.
Channel 9 is waiting to get a response
Project LIFT reports:
- Project LIFT Outcomes Memo Executive Summary January 2017
- Project LIFT Outcomes Memo January 2017 Final
- Project LIFT Year Four Implementation Memo October 2016
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