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Sunset Park »

Some parents who are tired of waiting for new schools want the city to consider adding one on Third Ave.

Upper West Side »

The projects range from upgrading facilities like auditoriums and boilers to creating rooftop gardens.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The languages range from Hebrew to Haitian Creole and will start in September 2015.

Morningside Heights »

The investigation will probe whether Columbia and Barnard mishandled sexual assault cases on campus. 

Civic Center »

From diversity to discipline, DNAinfo rounded up major issues the schools chancellor faces in 2015.

Central Harlem »

The clocks at Harlem's P.S. 242 have been broken since September 2013.

Far Rockaway »

The trucks made money storing banned cellphones outside schools, but will be gone with the ban lifted. 

Upper West Side »

Beacon High School's new home on West 43rd Street will open on Aug. 1, 2015, instead of Sept. 1.

Lower East Side »

Success Academy has deferred its request for space from the Department of Education for two years.

Upper East Side »

Children who were born in 2010 can apply to kindergarten from Jan. 7 to Feb. 13.

East Village »

Police arrested two paraprofessionals for assault at an East Village high school, according to the NYPD.

East Harlem »

The proposal would put Central Park East II's middle school in the same building as P.S. 108.

Fort George »

The Equity Project Charter School wants to add pre-K through fourth grade classes to its middle school.

Park Slope »

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

Washington Heights »

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