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Long Island City »

More than 21,000 alarms will be placed at schools across the city, at a cost of $5.55 million.

TriBeCa »

Dozens of Downtown kids could be given spaces at P.S. 1 in Chinatown as soon as the fall of 2013.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Though P.S. 290 was rezoned to reduce waitlists, some parents got letters showing a waitlist of 42.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Parents want a middle school to share space with P.S. 158. The DOE is also considering a K - 5 school.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Daniel McCormick, assistant principal at E. Harlem's G&T school, will lead the UES's new P.S. 527.

Downtown »

P.S. 234's current zone will remain intact in the fall of 2012, DOE officials said Monday.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The Department of Education declined a request to ease overcrowding at Kips Bay's P.S. 116, but parents vowed to keep fighting.

Downtown »

The DOE's new plan sends some children zoned for P.S. 234 in TriBeCa to P.S. 1 in Chinatown instead.

Downtown »

The DOE will offer a new plan for rezoning Downtown's schools, after parents objected to an earlier proposal.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

A group of parents and teachers from P.S. 116 in Kips Bay have gained the support of local elected officials and community boards in their fight against overcrowding.

Downtown »

A DOE official said the city may not force TriBeCa children to attend P.S. 3 in Greenwich Village as proposed.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

P.S. 290's principal fears that the DOE's rezoning of Upper East Side elementary schools could leave the popular school with too few students, which could then hurt the school's budget.

Downtown »

Parents in northern TriBeCa want to send their children to the local P.S. 234, not P.S. 3 in Greenwich Village.

Downtown »

There are 350 to 370 seats available in P.S. 1 and P.S. 126, a Department of Education official said.

Downtown »

The city wants to send TriBeCa children living above North Moore Street to the Greenwich Village's P.S. 3.