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By taxing absentee owners, NY State could gather money to downsize public schools classes to 15 students

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo crunched kindergarten application data to find the city's most popular schools.

Bed-Stuy »

The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.

Jackson Heights »

The Flushing International HS mural shows the pain, loss and excitement of students' paths to the US.

Central Harlem »

Parents from Eva Moskowitz's Success Academy charter schools sued Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Chinatown »

Legislation would require the city to consider closing schools that have low attendance on holidays.

Prospect Heights »

The father of the Brooklyn boy who drowned on a class trip has been called repeatedly.

Elmhurst »

The principal of Pan American International High School allegedly made racist remarks.

Williamsburg »

Institutions that fail to teach math and science are getting millions for wifi, the Jewish Week reports.

Bed-Stuy »

Bedford-Stuyvesant's District 16 has reason for optimism, parents say.

Prospect Heights »

The brightest public schools in District 17 emphasize Spanish, fencing and banana biology.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

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.

Manhattan »

Walmart has given nearly $1.1 million for city initiatives, but critics say the company isn't honest about it's business practices.

Manhattan »

The EPA has reportedly ended testing for PCBs in city schools, following an agreement to replace potentially toxic light fixtures.

Harlem »

Opponents plan to challenge any waiver exemption given to Cathie Black allowing her to become Schools Chancellor.