P.S. 307, near the Farragut Houses, is struggling to draw applicants even though P.S. 8's pre-K closed.
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The city paid hundreds of contract workers to clear classrooms for Eva Moskowitz's charter chain.
Auditorium seats in the school just blocks from Ground Zero were never replaced.
The funds will help new teachers, buy materials and improve facilities, officials said.
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P.S. 290 will have larger class sizes after the second grade was reduced from four to three classes.
The DOE had hinted that the Spruce Street middle school might not open as planned.
State legislators pressured the city to make it easier for parents to get private school education.
Parents at the Eubie Blake School were upset to learn student names were accidentally released.
Alyce Barr, principal of Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, discussed her years at the school.
The new 75 Morton St. school is planned to serve 1,000 middle school students, officials said.
Timothy Crump, 14, was stabbed to death by a teenager outside Joseph H. Wade Middle School, police said.
Parents grilled Carmen Fariña on the development near P.S. 163 and the long waitlist at P.S. 199.
Ellen Sautner, 54, graduates Monday with her bachelor's degree after nearly a decade.
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