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Forest Hills »

Popular After-School Math Tutoring Program Opens in 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 Crunch Numbers, Build Confidence at 'Mathnasium' on UWS

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

Flatiron »

Sneak Peek Inside Nation's Only Math Museum

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

Astoria »

Queens Students Compete in Gadget-Based Math Competition

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

Claremont »

Bronx High School Students Go Entire Semester With No Math or English

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 School Test Scores Rise, Data Shows

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

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Math Museum Redesign Too 'Modern' for Flatiron District, Residents Say

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

Manhattan »

City Public Schools Make No Progress in Test Scores, Report Shows

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

Washington Heights & Inwood »

'Mathletes' Make the Grade in WaHi

Middle schoolers squared off in math competition Saturday.

Manhattan »

New Math Museum Hopes to Make Numbers Fun for Kids

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

Manhattan »

City Pledges $10 Million More to Help Improve Test Scores

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

Manhattan »

Number of NYC Students Held Back Five Times Higher This Year

Eight percent of all eighth graders in New York City public schools failed to advance to the ninth grade, according to a report.

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