PS 75

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Washington Heights »

Online-Only Kindergarten Application Increases Digital Divide, Critics Say

The city's new online kindergarten application system has highlighted the digital divide among families.

Upper West Side »

Here's How to Guard Your Child's Privacy Amid NYC's Student Data-Sharing

Many parents are worried about student privacy as schools change how records are kept.

Upper West Side »

Fed-Up Parents Say Primary Day Causes Safety Risk at Schools

Parents said having so many strangers in local schools for elections is disruptive and unsafe.

Upper West Side »

UWS Students Score Well Above Citywide Average on State Tests

Students in District 3 did better on the whole than the citywide average on the new standardized tests.

Upper West Side »

Artwork by UWS Elementary Students Featured at Morningside Heights Library

The work by students at P.S. 75 and P.S. 145 will be on display at the library through March 11.

Upper West Side »

Parents Turn to Magnet Schools to Escape Overcrowding

Some Upper West Side elementary schools are overcrowded, while magnet schools offer an alternative.

Upper West Side »

Spain's Princess Visits UWS School, Marks New Partnership with the DOE

The Princess of Spain visited PS 75, marking a new partnerhsip between her country and the DOE.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 75 Principal Bob O'Brien Values Arts and Diversity

Bob O'Brien has been principal of P.S. 75 for 15 years and calls it his "dream job."

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side Parents Push for Russian Dual-Language Program at School

Russian-speaking parents are looking for an Upper West Side school to host a dual-language program.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Upper West Side Public Schools Burn Dirty Heating Oil, Board Says

Community Board 7 wants the city to "take immediate steps" to switch schools that burn polluting dirty oil to cleaner fuel.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Bill Perkins Drops the N-Word in Attack on Upper West Side Charter School

State Sen. Bill Perkins' use of the n-word raised eyebrows at a rally against a charter school.

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