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Bensonhurst »

About 74 percent of calls to the UFT's homework helpline are for math, up from 46 percent 20 years ago.

Civic Center »

Trump and Betsy DeVos's pro-school choice stance could transform city schools.

Clinton Hill »

Students at P.S. 11, at 419 Waverly Avenue, had the best ELA and math scores in District 13.

East Elmhurst »

Rory Staunton died of sepsis in 2012, prompting new class on infectious diseases at a local high school.

Greenpoint »

Most schools had fewer than 25 percent of their students pass, but some standouts did far better.

Washington Heights »

District 6 schools lagged behind when compared to citywide numbers.

Upper East Side »

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

Bed-Stuy »

Many Bedford-Stuyvesant schools were behind the city average.

West Harlem »

The principal of the Teachers College Community School jumped in front of the subway in April.

Bed-Stuy »

The Department of Education will close the Ethical Community Charter School due to poor test scores.

Chelsea »

Schools are preparing for the new Common Core exams, which students will take on a computer. 

Flatiron »

Girls saw bigger gains than boys on the state's standardized math tests this year.

Park Slope »

Scores on standardized tests for third- through eighth-graders rose after last year's dismal results.

Upper East Side »

Principal David Getz's goal is to create great citizens who give back to their communities.

Prospect Heights »

Thirty staff members say they will not administer a test Thursday meant to inform teacher evaluations.