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Emerson Hill »

Football Coach Sued for Not Breaking Up Locker Room Fight That Injured Teen

A 15-year-old student had his jaw broken after the coach did not intervene, the suit says.  

Central Harlem »

Charter Schools Boss Eva Moskowitz Demands 'Educational Justice' From City

Moskowitz fought back after the city blocked a plan to co-locate three Success Academy schools.

Lower East Side »

Lower East Side High School Plans IT Career Program

The principal of University Neighborhood High School said she wants a technology program by fall 2015.

Lower East Side »

Parents and Principals Call Foul Over Lack of School Gym Space on LES

Kids at one local high school exercise in two converted classrooms in lieu of a gym.

Inwood »

Don't Put New High School in IS 52, Parents Tell DOE

Parents and advocates are furious that the DOE is moving ahead with the Bloomberg-era co-location plan.

Upper West Side »

Pre-K Guide: How to Score a Seat for Your Child

Pre-K admission is highly competitive in some neighborhoods, while others have plenty of extra seats.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Plans to Double Number of After-School Seats by Fall 2014

The mayor vowed to more than double the number of middle school after-school slots by the fall of 2014.

Civic Center »

City Kicks Off Pre-K Application Period by Extending Deadline

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña called parents Monday to let them know about pre-K enrollment.

Bed-Stuy »

City Moves Forward With Controversial Nelson Mandela School in Bed-Stuy

The city is planning a new co-location in Boys and Girls High School.

Stapleton »

Plan For All-Boys Eagle Academy to Share Space With I.S. 49 Approved

Eagle Academy will share space with I.S. 49 in Stapleton despite community opposition.

Long Island City »

Plan Dropped to Co-Locate Tech School at Long Island City High School

The planned technical school will be proposed for the Murry Bergtraum campus in Manhattan instead.

Civic Center »

Got Bilked? DOE Milk Suppliers May Have Creamed City With Contracts: Audit

The Comptroller's office found that Ed Department milk suppliers may have colluded to drive up prices.

Woodside »

Queens Reps Ask DOE Not to Bus P.S. 11 Kids to Astoria During Construction

Elected officials took aim at the plan to send students from the Woodside school to Astoria's P.S. 171.

Governors Island »

Harbor School Relocated to Stuyvesant After Governors Island Power Outage

A power outage Tuesday forced New York Harbor School to temporarily relocate to Stuyvesant High School.

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