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Find out how your New York City school performed on the 2017 state tests

As debates rage on about how important state test scores should be in education policymaking, and to what extent they actually reflect student learning, one thing is clear: They continue to have consequences for schools and families.

Last week, state officials released overall numbers that show New York City’s scores ticked up — with 40.6 percent of the city’s students proficient (scoring level 3 or above) in English and 37.8 percent proficient in math.

Still, there are significant variations between schools, so we’ve created a database that lets you quickly find your school’s scores from the 2016-17 school year.

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