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Crown Heights »

Political Candidate Accuses Foe of Ignoring Rape Reports Without Proof

Rubain Dorancy accused Jesse Hamilton of ignoring 6 alleged rapes and assaults, with no substantiation.

Vinegar Hill »

De Blasio Accuses Stringer of Fearmongering on Universal Pre-K

The mayor said the comptroller's report misrepresented the current status of pre-K expansion.

Windsor Terrace »

126 New Pre-K Seats Coming to Windsor Terrace and Park Slope

The city will hold a lottery for the pre-K seats, which will be open to families living in District 15.

Upper West Side »

Principal Tapped for New UWS School in Beacon HS Space

Jessica Jenkins will lead the West End Secondary School of Urban Studies.

Central Harlem »

Trio of New Charter Schools Vying to Open in Harlem Next Year

The charters include a school for boys and one that teaches kindergartners a new language.

Long Island City »

P.S. 78 Parents Start Petition Against Earlier School Hours

The school day at P.S. 78 will start 40 minutes earlier this fall, a change that has upset some parents.

Vinegar Hill »

Pre-K Has Dozens of Empty Seats Despite Nearby Program Shuttering

P.S. 307, near the Farragut Houses, is struggling to draw applicants even though P.S. 8's pre-K closed.

Kips Bay »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

Take our quiz to see if you would get into kindergarten and catch up on the week's top stories.

Civic Center »

Principals Given Just 24 Hours to Make Way for New Success Academy Schools

The city paid hundreds of contract workers to clear classrooms for Eva Moskowitz's charter chain.

Battery Park City »

City to Revamp Stuyvesant High Auditorium Where 9/11 Dust Concerns Linger

Auditorium seats in the school just blocks from Ground Zero were never replaced.

High Bridge »

Arts Programs in City Schools Get $23M Boost

The funds will help new teachers, buy materials and improve facilities, officials said.

Midtown East »

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Check out the quieter side of gay pride and see how your neighborhood stacks up on our tipping map.

Upper East Side »

Prestigious UES School Loses a Second-Grade Class

P.S. 290 will have larger class sizes after the second grade was reduced from four to three classes.

Financial District »

Planned FiDi Middle School Gets Green Light to Open Following Outcry

The DOE had hinted that the Spruce Street middle school might not open as planned.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Promises to Streamline Special Education Reimbursement Process

State legislators pressured the city to make it easier for parents to get private school education.

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