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Civic Center »

Nearly 41 percent of students were proficient in English and nearly 38 percent passed state math tests.

East Harlem »

Any child who shows up to school on state test days will be forced to take the test, officials said.

Carroll Gardens »

Parents say principals have been using scare tactics to quash opting out of next week's state tests.

Upper West Side »

Here's a chance to see how you'd do on state tests given to New York's third graders.

Windsor Terrace »

The state removed 16 city schools from its list of "Reward Schools" because of opt-out rates.

Park Slope »

The schools chancellor says students with special needs and English Language Learners should opt out.

Central Harlem »

Scores on state math and English exams rose slightly this year, officials said Wednesday.

Carroll Gardens »

The opt out movement is still a minority, but not at one Brooklyn school.

Park Slope »

Parents questioned the content of the state English exams, which are shrouded in secrecy.

Park Slope »

City schools are pushing back against a growing number of families opting out of the state tests.

Prospect Heights »

Dozens of parents at P.S. 9 in Prospect Heights have signed letters refusing a test slated for June.

Prospect Heights »

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

TriBeCa »

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