Eighty percent of P.S. 191 students are disadvantaged in an area with apartments selling for millions.
The DOE said it won't pursue the site of the former Parkway Hospital.
A committee is considering changes to District 3's boundaries for easier admission to local schools.
P.S. 87 and P.S. 9 are both getting an additional kindergarten class next school under the DOE's plan.
The MTA replaced the high entrance/exit turnstiles with waist-level ones to help passenger flow.
A plan to build 11,250 affordable units at the site must address infrastructure, local leaders say.
P.S. 8 The Robert Fulton School was at 142 percent of its capacity last year.
The Peck Slip School, located in Tweed Courthouse, is cramming up to 50 students into classrooms.
Sharon Terry is getting ready for the new annex at I.S. 230.
Elected officials took aim at the plan to send students from the Woodside school to Astoria's P.S. 171.
A rezoning meant to relieve overcrowding at P.S. 116 is hurting the school instead, parents said.
The new building should house 540 to 600 students when it reaches full capacity by 2017.
A lack of school options has some LIC parents considering other neighborhoods — for school, or to live.
A new pre-K is coming to Lower Manhattan, but parents still want to see more seats in the area.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg also dissed telecommuting as "one of the dumber ideas I’ve ever heard."
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