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Park Slope »

How a Park Slope School Is Fighting to Stay Diverse

P.S. 133 sets aside seats for low-income and immigrant students to preserve the school's diversity.

Washington Heights »

Decrepit Bathrooms at Century-Old WaHi School Need Overhaul, Parents Say

The restrooms at P.S. 132 need to be upgraded for health and safety reasons, parents said.

East Village »

East Village Students Walk Out After DOE Bans Eric Garner Protest

The school had originally planned a march across the Brooklyn Bridge, but it was canceled by the DOE.

Red Hook »

Teen Beats 12-Year-Old With Paintball Gun at Red Hook School, Police Say

The incident took place at P.S. 15 Patrick F. Daly School on Dec. 5, police said.

Windsor Terrace »

Two Brooklyn Pre-K Programs Going Broke Awaiting City Funding

The director of Little Nest's two locations has spent her own money while waiting for funds.

West Village »

Teacher Zapped With Taser by Student at Village High School, Police Say

A student used a stun gun on his female teacher at City-As-School on Clarkson Street, police said.

Brooklyn Heights »

Parents Urge DOE to Address Overcrowding at Brooklyn Heights School

P.S. 8 The Robert Fulton School was at 142 percent of its capacity last year.

Prospect Heights »

Two Teens Slashed at Clara Barton High School in Prospect Heights

The victims of the stabbing are not cooperating with police who are investigating the assault.

East Harlem »

Officials Break Ground on $30 Million East Harlem Charter School Complex

The East Harlem Education Center will host a charter school and an after-school program.

Civic Center »

MAP: Here's Where the City Added the Most Free Pre-K Seats

The South Bronx's High Bridge saw a big increase in pre-K seats, while Downtown had few new spots.

Bed-Stuy »

Boys and Girls High School Principal Says 'Mediocrity Cannot Be the Way'

New principal Michael Wiltshire announced an improvement plan for the struggling high school. 

Rego Park »

Rego Park Principal Focuses on Student, Parent and Teacher Wellness

Principal Monica Powers Meade believes that children should be exercising and eating nutritious meals.

Bensonhurst »

Brooklyn Principal Takes 'Racist' Dig at Spanish Speakers, Parents Say

Brooklyn School of Inquiry Principal Donna Taylor later apologized to parents for her words.

Canarsie »

Family Mourns Autistic Student Who Choked to Death on Muffin at School

Dyasha Phelps Smith, 21, died last week after relatives say DOE staff failed to supervise her properly.

Cobble Hill »

Family of Autistic Student Who Died to Sue City for Negligence, Lawyer Says

Dyasha Phelps Smith, 21, choked on a muffin at her Cobble Hill school on Oct. 28, her family said. 

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