The director of the Pine Street School explains how it develops "internationally-minded" students.
Ascend charter added an elementary and middle school this year and plans to add a high school.
P.S. 63 in Ozone Park was briefly evacuated on its first day back from summer vacation, the FDNY said.
P.S. 290 will have larger class sizes after the second grade was reduced from four to three classes.
The 1st Precinct is calling for more traffic safety measures outside of Battery Park City's P.S. 276.
Citizens of the World's push for students and a new budget succeeded in just two month, officials said.
There will be an estimated 2,600 grade school-aged children in Downtown Brooklyn in the next five years.
More than a millon students returned to school Monday.
Principal Parker said leading the new P.S. 452 is exciting and challenging.
New school will be equipped with wireless Internet and interactive white boards.
Parents remain upset about the Department of Education's proposed student admissions method.
The century-old P.S. 19 Roberto Clemente school recently unveiled a new global studies library.
Principal Carmen Asselta caters to P.S. 34's diverse population of Polish and Latino students.
Williamsburg's and Greenpoint's District 14 has no kindergarten waitlists, unlike much of the city.
Young Bushwick students learn to volunteer in their community.
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