Where are New York state test results? Here’s what we know.
After multiple years of pandemic disruptions to student learning, there is little data on how New York City students have fared.
City officials refused to release the results of their own assessments of student performance last year. And while the state education department sent standardized test results in reading and math to local school districts — which distributed them to schools and families — officials instructed districts not to release the scores to the general public.
But on Thursday, state officials reversed course after facing pressure from some district leaders, giving districts the green light to release the data if they choose. Nathaniel Styer, a spokesperson for the city’s education department, said the city plans to release scores on Sept. 28.
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