Sixth-graders are hosting a read-a-thon for the Malala Fund, which supports girls' education.
DNAinfo mapped out how the city's fourth-graders fared on the state's tough English exam.
The Girls Read for Girls event on Nov. 16 will raise money for the nonprofit Women for Afghan Women.
The DOE hired some 70 talent coaches to train principals citywide on how to conduct teacher observations.
The famed Chez Panisse chef and farm-to-table pioneer will speak on Nov. 21.
P.S. 107's principal says the bracelet-making kits are no longer welcome on school grounds.
P.S. 107's Sunshine Garden was a citywide winner in the Department of Sanitation's Golden Apple awards.
Two new bike lanes are being added to 14th and 15th streets between Fourth and Eighth Avenues.
Some Park Slope schools receive several hundred applications for a few dozen pre-K seats.
The neighborhood is getting a new K-5 school in the fall of 2013 to ease the space crunch.
The rezoning shrinks the zones for overcrowded P.S. 321 and P.S. 107 and enlarges the zone for P.S. 10.
The District 15 CEC will vote Wednesday night on whether to rezone P.S. 321 and other Park Slope schools.
The DOE's new plan would leave P.S. 39's zone untouched and slice 13 blocks out of P.S. 321's zone.
The DOE is expected to present a new proposal for rezoning P.S. 321 and P.S. 39 at a Tuesday meeting.
Students in most public schools made it back to class on Monday for the first time in a week.
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