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Bed-Stuy »

More than 70 percent of fourth-graders passed the English Language Arts state exam.

Upper East Side »

The Lower Lab School ranks third in the city for its ELA scores and sixth for its math scores.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side students' English test scores were ahead of the citywide average.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Megan Driscoll Berdugo teaches geometry and calculus at Brooklyn International High School.

Forest Hills »

Mathnasium, which helps kids from pre-K to high school, is launching a new center on 72 nd Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Kids who once hated math are moving to the top of their classes through the instructional program.

Flatiron »

The new mathematics museum in Flatiron is set to open on Saturday.

Astoria »

Middle schoolers at Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens competed for the chance to win an iPad mini.

Claremont »

Several juniors at Bronx HS for Medical Science pleaded for the courses but were told to wait, they said.

New York City »

Elementary and middle schools students saw modest test score gains, but city still lags behind state.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Members of CB5 say the future home of the Museum of Mathematics needs to stay true to its past.

Manhattan »

Public school students in New York City have made little to no progress in reading and math since 2009.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Middle schoolers squared off in math competition Saturday.

Manhattan »

The "MoMath" is set to open in fall 2012 near Madison Square Park.

Manhattan »

$10 million in new funding will be used to provide extra help to schools where test scores dropped last year.