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Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi says he's pleased the New York State Education Department will release test results for this year's ELA and Math assessments as early as possible.

He says providing these results now, with the percentage of students who answered each question correctly, will be a big help to students who want to do better in the coming school year.

State Education Commissioner John King will also be releasing about half of the 2014 test questions by early next month, along with information explaining the correct and incorrect answers.

Brindisi says that's an increase from last year, when only about 25% of the test questions were released by the state.