GREENWICH VILLAGE — New York City released the 2015 ELA and math test results for grades 3-8 on Aug. 12.
Though a racial gap persists, with black and Hispanic students making smaller gains, New York City's third through eighth graders scored slightly higher this year than they did last year on the state's math and English exams, according to data released by Mayor Bill de Blasio's office.
Citywide, roughly 35 percent of students met proficiency standards in math, up from roughly 34 percent last year, officials said. About 30 percent met proficiency standards in English, up from 28 percent the year before.
The tests are linked to the Common Core standards.
See how Greenwich Village and SoHo schools fared on the map below.