Park Slope's P.S. 321 blamed their waitlist on families falsely claiming to live in its zone.
Park Slope's P.S. 321 has long been a leader in the movement against high-stakes testing.
The neighborhood is getting a new K-5 school in the fall of 2013 to ease the space crunch.
Elizabeth Garraway, proposed leader of P.S. 118, said she'll prepare students for college and the world.
Parents are already planning fundraising efforts for the new school opening in Park Slope in 2013.
Enrollment at P.S. 321 has grown to an all-time high of 1,450 students.
The DOE unveiled proposed zoning maps for Park Slope's P.S. 321, P.S. 107, P.S. 39 and P.S. 10.
Eve Litwack, 56, started as principal at P.S. 107 in 2011.
Money raised by the PTA goes toward reducing class size at the growing school.
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