By NYMetroParents Staff

New York City Schools Offer Standardized Test Results Online

  |  Local News - Queens  

The New York City Department of Education last week released the official results of standardized tests for third through eighth graders. Instead of waiting until September, parents and guardians can now view their children's 2011 NYS ELA, math, and science test scores online by logging into ARIS Parent Link.

In the past, parents have been notified of their children's scores before school ends in June, but this year and last year the state administered the math and English language arts tests late, and 2011 grades weren't determined until last week.

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) has reported the state exam results on ARIS Parent Link, a website that provides parents and guardians with school and academic progress information. Parents of children in schools operated by the Department of Education can access the site (parents of children in charter schools should contact their schools directly for test results). Parents will also get printed score reports from their children's schools in September.

For those that don't know their username and password to access the site, the DOE will set up ARIS Parent Link access stations in select libraries throughout the week of August 22. The schedule is as follows:

 

Manhattan

Wednesday, August 24, 11am-8pm

Countee Cullen Library

104 West 136th Street (near Lenox Avenue)

212-491-2070

 

Saturday, August 27, 10am-1pm

Muhlenberg Library

209 West 23rd Street (near Seventh Avenue)

212-924-1585


Brooklyn

Tuesday, August 23, 11am-8pm
Saturday, August 27, 10am-1pm

Brooklyn Public Library's Central Library

10 Grand Army Plaza

718-230-2100

 

Queens

Monday, August 22, 11am-8pm

Central Library

89-11 Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica

718-990-0700

 

Flushing Library

41-17 Main Street, Flushing

718-661-1200

 

Bronx

Thursday, August 25, 11am-8pm

Parkchester Library

1985 Westchester Avenue (at Pugsley Avenue)

718-829-7830

 

Staten Island

Friday, August 26, 10am-5pm

New Dorp Library

309 New Dorp Lane

718-351-2977

 

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