After several months of delays, a web site that offers an interactive portfolio of New York City public school students' test scores, grades, and attendance rates will be available for all parents by the end of June, reports the New York Times. Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein called the web site, known as Parent Link, a "powerful tool" that would allow parents to work more closely with teachers to help their children. On the site, parents will be able to view overall course grades and scores on state tests, but not individual scores on class assignments. They'll also be able...

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