NYC posts students' reading, math scores online

08/26/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

New York City officials are working to promote an online system that allows parents to log on and view their student's individual scores on reading and math tests. The $83 million Aris Parent Link drew some controversy last year when an audit revealed that fewer than half of teachers, principals and assistant principals logged on to the system. However, officials say they are working to spread the word about the student-information database among parents, whose participation was not measured.

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