Teachers say Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed evaluation system could cost some educators their jobs.
DNAinfo crunched kindergarten application data to find the city's most popular schools.
Park Slope's P.S. 321 blamed their waitlist on families falsely claiming to live in its zone.
P.S. 321 teachers said Pearson's English exam contained nonsense and confusing questions.
Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg are returning to the outdoors on April 5 and 6.
Kindergarten Connect is accepting applications through Feb. 20.
Professors from local universities will discuss causes and consequences of gentrification at P.S. 321.
Park Slope's P.S. 321 has long been a leader in the movement against high-stakes testing.
The Brooklyn Game Lab will let kids lose themselves in fantasy games while teaching skills like teamwork.
P.S. 118 has received both money and morale boosters from the Maurice Sendak Foundation.
Lenore Berner, whose kids went to M.S. 51, has been principal there for eight years.
Many of Park Slope's top schools need restroom upgrades, school leaders say.
Some vendors who formerly sold goods in front of P.S. 321 have moved to Fourth Avenue and 20th Street.
Brooklyn Flea will set up shop in front of P.S. 321 at Seventh Avenue and First Street in October.
Dogs will compete in categories including Best Dressed, Best Behaved, and Most Likely to Succeed.
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