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Tentative Agreement Reached on Changes to Teacher Evaluation System

Thursday, June 19, 2014

If test scores alone lead to a poor rating, teachers could get a temporary pass. Plus, school overcrowding in New York City gets some help from lawmakers.

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Low Test Scores May Be Harder to Raise Than City Hopes

Friday, January 24, 2014

An analysis of state test scores for 3-8 graders shows that a large group of students - about 30 percent of them - face a steep climb this year to reach the brass ring category of 'proficient' or, in edu-speak, being on track for college and career.

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Regents Scores Delayed by Computer Glitch

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

"I'm there. I'm ready to work and nothing is coming through," said Sean McManamon, one of the teachers encountering delays in the city's new electronic scoring system. With teachers working overtime this weekend, education officials predict all the Regents exams will be scored by Monday.

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What's Your Score?

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

SchoolBook has updated its schools data, and the pages for all public schools (that includes charters) now have the latest available information on: English language arts and math scores for grades 3 to 8; parent survey results; Regents exam results; graduation rates; SAT scores, and official public school enrollment, broken down by race.

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