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Marble Hill »

Bronx School Damaged by Gas Explosion Will Reopen on Time, Pol Says

John F. Kennedy High School suffered an Aug. 20 explosion that destroyed parts of multiple floors.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

PHOTOS: Peek Inside the City's Newest School

Construction of the Beacon School on 44th Street was completed in early August, the DOE said.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Principal Plans 'Educator Pep Rally' to Boost School Performance

The event will serve as motivation and encouragement to help Bed-Stuy's schools, the organizer said.

Williamsburg »

Worth a Click: 5 DNAinfo Stories You Might Have Missed

Dangerous schools; One angry bike owner; A boozy Starbucks.

Inwood »

Inwood Pre-K Receives City Funds Just 3 Weeks Before School Starts

The Nagle Y will receive funds for a half-day pre-K program, but the late notice has caused anxiety.

Washington Heights »

See How Uptown Schools Performed on This Year's State Tests

District 6 schools lagged behind when compared to citywide numbers.

Bed-Stuy »

MAP: See How Bed-Stuy Students Did on State English and Math Exams

Many Bedford-Stuyvesant schools were behind the city average.

Fort Greene »

MAP: See How Fort Greene and Clinton Hill Schools Did on State Tests

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill schools were not among Brooklyn's high scorers.

Lower East Side »

MAP: See how LES and East Village Schools Fared on State Tests This Year

How did your child's school fare on the state exams this year? Find out with our interactive map.

Mott Haven »

See How South Bronx Schools Did On This Year's State Math and English Tests

Scores went up overall, but a racial gap in the test results still persists, data shows.

St. George »

Curtis High School Expansion Approved by City Council Despite Concerns

The vote for the expansion was approved 41 to 1 at Friday's council meeting.

Civic Center »

80K Universal Pre-K Seats Available by Start of School Year, City Says

Officials expect 70,000 children to enroll and plan to give parents more program choices. 

TriBeCa »

See How Lower Manhattan Schools Fared on State Tests This Year

Lower Manhattan schools consistently scored higher than city averages.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 191 Ranks as One of Manhattan's Most Dangerous Schools, State Says

The state designated the local elementary and middle school as "persistently dangerous."

Greenwich Village »

See How Village and SoHo Schools Did On This Year's Math and English Exams

New York City released the 2015 ELA and math test results for grades 3-8 on Aug. 12.