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We knew kids came to us not strong in math." At Virtual Academy, a common misconception is that the school enrolls only high-performing students, according to Medley.
"Everybody assumes that we have the best of the best. Medley noted that 66 percent of his students receive free and reduced lunch and that the school enrolls a slightly higher than average percentage of special education students.
"Forty percent of our third-graders came to us in the lowest quartile in the state," he added.
"Often at the high school level, families (are) choosing us as a last-ditch effort for their kid to graduate." North Carolina's virtual charter schools are not alone in their academic struggles.
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