BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Harding High School freshmen and sophomores are struggling to learn math and science due to a shortage of teachers, reports the Connecticut Post .
School Superintendent Fran Rabinowitz received letters in September from students complaining about the lack of education and wasted time in class, the Post said. Rabinowitz said she visited the school and was assured the problem had been solved, according to the report.
Not so, says student, Jadiel Torres, 15, who went to the city school board this week and said his fourth period geometry class, essentially graded on attendance, is typically spent on his phone or listening to music, reports the CT Post.
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