Throughout the city, third through eighth graders scored slightly higher this year on math and English exams, with roughly 35 percent of students meeting proficiency standards in math and 30 percent in English.
While the number of students passing exams also increased in Bed-Stuy, the majority of schools lagged behind the city with up to 25 percent of students meeting the standards for English and math, according to the city's data.
Citywide, the numbers have climbed 1 percent for math and 2 percent for English, the data shows.
Students across racial groups made proficiency gains this year, but a gap remains with black and Hispanic students falling behind their white and Asian peers, according to city data.
See how Bed-Stuy's schools performed on the map below: