Some pre-K programs in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are in high demand while others have empty seats.
Parents recently learned that pre-K at Child Development Support Corp will not start Thursday morning.
The population at a Harlem special needs school would be reduced to make room for a charter school.
West Prep Academy has changed dramatically in just four years, parents said.
More than a thousand students didn't see a diploma on their graduation day, a report said.
P.S. 199 and P.S. 191 will not be redeveloped by the DOE. The department will now focus on an UES school.
Some of the parents oppose the city's proposal while others are waiting for more information.
New York Lawyers in the Public Interest initially sued the city over its slow PCB remediation timeline.
The redevelopment of the elementary schools is controversial.
Advocates say they're in the dark in terms of when they'll know for sure each school is PCB-free.
Principal Elaine Schwartz believes in mixing grade levels and a specialized theater-focused curriculum.
The DOE has halted a multimillion dollar plan to move 189 students from their Upper West Side campus.
The school's move to Hell's Kitchen means its building could be put to new use.
For an increasing number of city kids, going back to school means staying at home.
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