“The teachers just be like, ‘We don’t care no more.’ ”
One of the teens in an East Harlem school class where every single student failed the state math exam last year told The Post on Tuesday that he and the 56 other kids never had a chance.
In a school rife with bullying and armed classmates, “the majority of the time, the teachers spent getting us to calm down, to sit down,” said José Cambero, 14, formerly of PS/MS 46 and now a freshman at the Business of Sports School in Manhattan.
“I’m not going to lie, it’s not the school, and it’s not the teachers,’’ he said of last year’s debacle.
“It more of the kids in the area that stress these teachers out, that the teachers just be like, ‘We don’t care no more.’