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Record High Test Scores on City English Language Arts and Math Tests
 
Mayor Bloomberg, standing with Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, announces record high test scores and gains for 3rd, 5th, 6th and 7th grade students on City English language Arts and math tests.  The number of students meeting or exceeding standards in these grades combined increased by 14.4 percentage points in ELA and by 7.5 percentage points in math from last year. For the first time, 50% or more of all of the City's students in these grades met or exceeded the ELA (54.8%) and math (50.0%) standards for their grades.  

Mayor Bloomberg, standing with Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, announces record high test scores and gains for 3rd, 5th, 6th and 7th grade students on City English language Arts and math tests.  The number of students meeting or exceeding standards in these grades combined increased by 14.4 percentage points in ELA and by 7.5 percentage points in math from last year. For the first time, 50% or more of all of the City's students in these grades met or exceeded the ELA (54.8%) and math (50.0%) standards for their grades.
Mayor Bloomberg announces record high test scores and gains for 3rd, 5th, 6th and 7th grade students on City English language Arts and math tests.  The number of students meeting or exceeding standards in these grades combined increased by 14.4 percentage points in ELA and by 7.5 percentage points in math from last year. For the first time, 50% or more of all of the City's students in these grades met or exceeded the ELA (54.8%) and math (50.0%) standards for their grades.
Mayor Bloomberg announces record high test scores and gains for 3rd, 5th, 6th and 7th grade students on City English language Arts and math tests.  The number of students meeting or exceeding standards in these grades combined increased by 14.4 percentage points in ELA and by 7.5 percentage points in math from last year. For the first time, 50% or more of all of the City's students in these grades met or exceeded the ELA (54.8%) and math (50.0%) standards for their grades.
 

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