Debate over NYC high school admissions heats up at parent meeting
Debate over how selective New York City high schools choose their students erupted Wednesday night, as members of a parent advisory group called on the city to adopt more stringent academic screening.
The Citywide Council on High Schools, a group of parent representatives from across the five boroughs, considered a slate of recommendations on the city’s admissions process, including reinstating the use of seventh grade state test scores at selective schools such as Eleanor Roosevelt or the Clinton School in Manhattan and allowing such schools to once again set their own admissions criteria.
Full article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/8/9/23826842/nyc-high-school-admissions-selective-screens-lottery-test-scores-application
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