City makes test scores available on the web

Beginning Monday, parents of New York City public school students were able to see online how well, or poorly, their children performed on a new set of state reading and math exams this spring, The New York Times reports.  Parents have been able to call or visit their child’s school to learn individual scores since early August, but now they can learn the scores by logging onto the student information database known as Aris Parent Link…

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