Are the basketball players at Winston-Salem’s charter school, the Quality Education Academy(QEA), taking the core courses that they need to get into college and when it comes time to go off to college, do they have the overall grades to get in the door at their chosen universities?
There doesn’t seem to be a question about talent, there has been more than enough talent to go around over at QEA, with players coming from all over the country to play for Coach Pitts, but in the end, can they really say they have been receiving the true ‘quality education’ that they should be getting at the Quality Education Academy?
Will these kids really be able to get into the colleges that have been recruiting them and once they get in, will they be able to maintain proper/required academic status, based upon their background of learing from the QEA?
Again, this is a state-run charter school, so the state of North Carolina must also be held accountable for the type of education that these kids are receiving there….
Virginia Commonwealth, Wake Forset, St. Johns, these are just a few of the schools that the QEA basketball players are talking to and they are hoping to be able to attend and graduate from these universities, but according to the New York Daily News on-line, there are way too many questions about the ‘quality’ of education, that the kids attending the Quality Education Academy are receiving…..
You can take a look for yourself when you CLICK HERE for the NY Daily News on-line….