The percentage of African-American students at local schools has steadily declined over the past decade.
Six people were killed in the 10025 zip code last year, compared to just one in 2013.
Dual language programs are on the rise in the city's schools. Here's what you need to know about them.
From additional speed humps to slow zones, advocates want more to be done to protect pedestrians.
The city's new online kindergarten application system has highlighted the digital divide among families.
Many parents are worried about student privacy as schools change how records are kept.
Parents said having so many strangers in local schools for elections is disruptive and unsafe.
Students in District 3 did better on the whole than the citywide average on the new standardized tests.
The work by students at P.S. 75 and P.S. 145 will be on display at the library through March 11.
Some Upper West Side elementary schools are overcrowded, while magnet schools offer an alternative.
The Princess of Spain visited PS 75, marking a new partnerhsip between her country and the DOE.
Bob O'Brien has been principal of P.S. 75 for 15 years and calls it his "dream job."
Russian-speaking parents are looking for an Upper West Side school to host a dual-language program.
Community Board 7 wants the city to "take immediate steps" to switch schools that burn polluting dirty oil to cleaner fuel.
State Sen. Bill Perkins' use of the n-word raised eyebrows at a rally against a charter school.
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