Carroll Gardens, Greenpoint and other areas attract families to their French dual language programs.
The DOE must commit to build a school on Bleecker Street by Dec. 31, or else NYU will retake the site.
Staff, parents and students spoke out against the state's controversial English exams Friday.
The ArtPark was organized by P.S. 3's PTA at 350 West Broadway.
Pre-K admission is highly competitive in some neighborhoods, while others have plenty of extra seats.
P.S. 3's Antiquarian Book Fair is where to seek hard-to-find books — including "The King in Yellow."
The Hudson Street restaurant is struggling with a rent hike but has strong community support.
Robert E. Cornegy said he met with the council's education committee to bring a program to P.S. 308.
Many pre-K programs still have vacancies ahead of Wednesday's application deadline, the DOE said.
On the first day of school, parents said they were thrilled to get the school year started.
Youngsters had a less than one in 10 chance of getting into one West Village pre-K program in 2012.
Applications to top schools greatly outnumber the amount of pre-K seats.
A rare book fair returning to the Village on Saturday celebrates the printed page.
Applications for the city's hundreds of free pre-K programs will be available in early March.
Popular P.S. 41 in the Village is expecting a long waitlist this year.
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