Parents and elected officials want de Blasio to keep his campaign vow to halt co-locations.
Boys and Girls principal Bernard Gassaway said he's against the co-location, despite its new name.
A new program will train 120 high school teachers to bring coding to NYC classrooms, DOE officials said.
If approved, the Nelson Mandela School for Social Justice will open in 2014.
The DOE will increase security after the disappearance of Avonte Oquendo, Chancellor Dennis Walcott said.
The library got an overhaul as part of Target and the Heart of America Foundation's national initiative.
The principal of PS 386 didn't tell authorities about a teacher's advances on a 10-year-old student.
"Respect For All" is a one-stop-shop for anti-bullying resources put together by the Dept. of Education.
Following opposition from teachers and families, the DOE announced it would drop the co-location plan.
The DOE said they are working with FEMA, but so far only have plans to replace nine.
Good government groups say the use of private email raises concerns of trying to avoid oversight.
Starting in January, families can apply to kindergarten online instead of in person, DOE officials said.
The next mayor's policies could have a big impact in areas with high charter demand, like The Bronx.
Specialized teachers will be partially graded on students' performances in other classes.
P.S. 133 has a new home at 610 Baltic St. and an admissions policy geared toward low-income families.
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