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Eastchester »

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

Central Harlem »

Two options for in-class observations are being weighed by city officials, sources tell DNAinfo.

Inwood »

Students, parents and teachers from the Muscota and Amistad schools created a human chain on Thursday.

East Harlem »

DNAinfo ranked elementary schools, investigated the ACS and found affordable apartments this week.

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo mapped out how the city's fourth-graders fared on the state's tough English exam.

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.

West Village »

Comedian Louis C.K. tweeted that the state's standardized math tests were making his daughters cry.

Civic Center »

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

Park Slope »

P.S. 321 teachers said Pearson's English exam contained nonsense and confusing questions.

Riverdale »

Some private schools are dropping the $568 ERB exam, but many parents will still have their kids tested.

Washington Heights »

Few uptown kids who are learning English as a second language passed the Common Core tests.

TriBeCa »

The DOE's online database gave parents access to their children's state test scores on Monday.

Hudson Square »

Dozens of students at Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School had to retake the English exam.

Civic Center »

The city's test scores fell as students took the harder Common Core tests for the first time.