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Astoria »

Only 16 kids are so far enrolled in the new pre-k program at the Most Precious Blood School building.

Astoria »

The new pre-k is at a family literacy center on the NYCHA campus for the Ravenswood Houses.

Inwood »

The Nagle Y will receive funds for a half-day pre-K program, but the late notice has caused anxiety.

Astoria »

The DOE will lease the former Most Precious Blood School at 32-52 37th St. for a 270-seat pre-k center.

Washington Heights »

Roughly 70 percent of kids got their first choice of pre-K; 18 percent didn't get their top three.

Inwood »

The mayor's pre-K initiative favors full-day over half-day programs, like the one offered by the Y.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras urged centers throughout her district to come forward if they have space. 

Port Morris »

Families will be able to fill out a single unified application for pre-K seats starting March 16.

Gramercy »

It's not the first time Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have clashed on major policy. 

Windsor Terrace »

The director of Little Nest's two locations has spent her own money while waiting for funds.

Central Harlem »

Residents and developers of the affordable housing complex celebrated the ribbon cutting Friday.

Civic Center »

The South Bronx's High Bridge saw a big increase in pre-K seats, while Downtown had few new spots.

Windsor Terrace »

The former Bishop Ford Catholic school opened 126 pre-K seats after holding a last-minute lottery.

Fort Greene »

Some pre-K programs in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are in high demand while others have empty seats.

Soundview »

The city has closed Rainbow Montessori's pre-k programs in The Bronx.