Condos will replace 20 Garfield Place, once a poolroom where the famed gangster hung out as a young man.
Some parents who are tired of waiting for new schools want the city to consider adding one on Third Ave.
P.S. 133 sets aside seats for low-income and immigrant students to preserve the school's diversity.
Dual language programs are on the rise in the city's schools. Here's what you need to know about them.
P.S. 118, the Maurice Sendak Community School, will have its official ribbon cutting on Saturday.
P.S. 133 has a new home at 610 Baltic St. and an admissions policy geared toward low-income families.
After tweaks by DOT, including removing some left turn bans, Community Board 6 approved the safety plan.
Several schools could be affected by a DOT plan to improve safety, but Community Board 6 rejected it.
The School Construction Authority's promised "replacement community garden" is a field of asphalt.
Some Park Slope schools receive several hundred applications for a few dozen pre-K seats.
An influx of immigrants has schools bursting at the seams, parents say.
Parents at P.S. 10 are hoping to start the language immersion program as soon as this fall.
Elizabeth Garraway, proposed leader of P.S. 118, said she'll prepare students for college and the world.
P.S. 118, the new school opening this fall in Park Slope, will host an open house Tuesday night.
Panel for Educational Policy approves two school co-locations and an expansion plan at a third school.
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