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The Toronto Sun is reporting about an Afro-Centric school in Toronto, Canada that is significantly performing better than other schools in the area on standardized tests.

The inaugural Grade 3 class of the Africentric Alternative School significantly outperformed both the board and the province in this year’s results.

The school’s 16 Grade 3 students collectively had 69% of students reaching the provincial Level 3 standard in reading, 81% in writing and 81% in math. For the board, those scores sit at 60%, 70% and 71%. For all of Ontario, they’re 62%, 70% and 71%.

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Detroit Students Excel At Afro-Centric Schools While Public Schools Struggle

Black Students Excel at Afro-Centric Schools

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