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Check How Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens Schools Did On This Year's Exams

By Nikhita Venugopal | August 13, 2015 12:48pm

BROOKLYN — New York City students had slight gains in scores for state math and English tests this year, officials announced Wednesday. 

Proficiency standards for third- through eighth-graders were up to roughly 35 percent in math and 30 percent in English Language Arts. To compare, about 34 percent and 28 percent of students respectively met the standards the year before. 

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the goal for the tests, aligned to the Common Core Standards, "is at 100 percent proficiency."

Check out how schools in Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens did in the map below.