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Specialized High School Admissions Test

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Greenwich Village »

Top 10 percent of middle schoolers should get into best city high schools, NYU's Metro Center suggests.

Battery Park City »

Black and Latino students were offered fewer seats at elite high schools despite diversity efforts.

Cobble Hill »

The city changed the exam for the upcoming fall following an outcry over a lack of diversity.

Battery Park City »

Black and Latino students received fewer offers to specialized high schools this year than last.

Chelsea »

The test determines entry to the city's elite public schools.

TriBeCa »

Just 5 percent of offers to elite high schools went to black students and 7 percent to Latinos.

Fort Greene »

Breakthrough New York, a program for low-income students, aims to boost diversity in elite high schools.

Financial District »

Legislators want the DOE to consider eighth-graders' attendance and grades, not just test results.

Civic Center »

Morris Cohen, LCSW, discusses how to conquer the stressful high school application process.

New York City »

The city will hold is first high school fairs of the year on Sept. 29 and 30.