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TriBeCa »

DNAinfo New York looked at scores for the ever-important fourth grade English tests.

Eastchester »

Even Chancellor Fariña has expressed concern about excessive testing of English Language Learners.  

Sunset Park »

Carmen Fariña will hold a town hall meeting in Brooklyn's District 15 on Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

Seven top schools dominated in both English and math.

Central Harlem »

Students headed back to school Wednesday morning. Many were already worried about tests and homework.

Park Slope »

Teachers say Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed evaluation system could cost some educators their jobs.

Inwood »

From parent engagement to admission policies, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña is making changes.

Upper East Side »

The new test for 4-year-old applicants to private schools is now harder. We have sample questions.

Civic Center »

Teachers and principals will use student grades and work to decide who passes summer school.

TriBeCa »

From TriBeCa to the UES, 31 schools are planning protests Friday against the state English exams.

Park Slope »

Park Slope's P.S. 321 has long been a leader in the movement against high-stakes testing.

Civic Center »

Morris Cohen offers advice on how to discuss the recent lower-than-average test scores with your kids.

Prospect Heights »

A letter supposedly from education officials gave instructions about opting out of field testing.