Eight Top 10 Lists From New York City’s 2017 State Test Scores
Test scores in New York City continued their upward march this year, with small gains in average English and math scores — a cause for celebration among city officials.
Unlike last year’s scores, which came with an asterisk because of significant changes to the tests themselves, state officials said the latest round of scores show real progress. Still, most of the city’s students are still not proficient in English or math.
In the lists below, we take a closer look at which schools had the largest and smallest shares of students considered proficient on the two tests, meaning they scored 3 or 4. And we reveal which schools had the biggest positive or negative percentage changes in their scale scores over the previous year. . .