New York Post
“New York City’s bad public schools are growing worse — and the proof comes from the exam to win entry into the top high schools.
This year, just 3.6 percent of black students scored high enough to attend a school like Bronx Science, Stuyvesant or Brooklyn Tech — down from 4 percent the year before. Just 5.3 percent of Hispanic students made it, down from 5.6 percent.
And the 2015 black-Hispanic numbers were themselves down from the 2014 level.
In contrast, 54 percent of Asians did well enough on the 2016 test, and 29.3 percent of white students, to win admission.”