Without federal and local subsidies, schools must pay to maintain their own websites.
They argue the September 2015 move-in deadline is too close to the start of school.
Parents and officials have been fighting a planned 20-story nursing home set to go up next to P.S. 63.
Members of CEC 3 said the tests are of value only to the testing company and not to students.
Charters shouldn't be able to take space needed by badly crowded district schools, protesters said.
Harlem Success Academy is trying to take over classrooms at Frederick Douglass Academy II.
Parents at P.S. 811 say Mayor de Blasio was right not to allow Success Academy charter school expansion.
Kindergarten Connect is accepting applications through Feb. 20.
The city's new online kindergarten application system has highlighted the digital divide among families.
P.S. 199 has received nearly 600 applications this year for fewer than 150 spots.
The controversial online kindergarten application system is a "ticking time bomb," parents said Thursday.
Parents say the DOE isn't taking into account the enormous residential growth in the neighborhood.
Parents said they're anxious about their children getting middle school seats in District 3.
Testimony from the public at a CB7 meeting was so lengthy, the board decided to delay its vote.
The charter network will no longer set aside seats for kids learning English, due to a federal directive.
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