By taxing absentee owners, NY State could gather money to downsize public schools classes to 15 students
DNAinfo crunched kindergarten application data to find the city's most popular schools.
The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.
The Flushing International HS mural shows the pain, loss and excitement of students' paths to the US.
Parents from Eva Moskowitz's Success Academy charter schools sued Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Legislation would require the city to consider closing schools that have low attendance on holidays.
The father of the Brooklyn boy who drowned on a class trip has been called repeatedly.
The principal of Pan American International High School allegedly made racist remarks.
Institutions that fail to teach math and science are getting millions for wifi, the Jewish Week reports.
Bedford-Stuyvesant's District 16 has reason for optimism, parents say.
The brightest public schools in District 17 emphasize Spanish, fencing and banana biology.
An effort to remove toxic PCB chemicals from P.S. 199 failed, and now parents want more testing to pinpoint the source of the harmful toxins.
Walmart has given nearly $1.1 million for city initiatives, but critics say the company isn't honest about it's business practices.
The EPA has reportedly ended testing for PCBs in city schools, following an agreement to replace potentially toxic light fixtures.
Opponents plan to challenge any waiver exemption given to Cathie Black allowing her to become Schools Chancellor.
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