Parents want the DOE to release scoring data after thousands more kids qualified for G&T programs.
Even more students now qualify for the prestigious program, stressing local parents.
Thousands of children who were wrongly told they did not qualify for a G&T program after a scoring error.
Slightly more students in the district qualified for G&T this year, though fewer got the highest scores.
After announcing changes to G&T placement in the fall, the DOE reversed course, surprising parents.
Under pressure, the Department of Education withdrew plans to slash the G&T program in P.S. 122.
Gifted and talented school applications are due April 19.
Parents met with DOE officials Monday to voice concerns over a plan to cut the school's gifted program.
Thousands of 4-year-olds qualified for the city's gifted and talented programs.
Parents of students in the Queens gifted program want the middle school they say they were promised.
A group of Queens parents confronted Dennis Walcott at a community meeting in Brooklyn Wednesday night.
Dozens of parents gathered in Manhattan to deliver letters and a petition to Chancellor Walcott.
Parents have contacted a lawyer and are considering taking legal action against the city, they say.
Parents say expanding general ed. classes and cutting the G&T program will ruin the high-ranking school.
The city will dramatically reduce the size of the school's G&T middle school, to the outrage of parents.
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