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Woodside »

DOE to Bus 200 P.S. 11 Kids to Astoria During Construction, Sparking Anger

More than 200 P.S. 11 students will be temporarily relocated to P.S. 171 while a new addition is built.

Woodside »

Queens Reps Ask DOE Not to Bus P.S. 11 Kids to Astoria During Construction

Elected officials took aim at the plan to send students from the Woodside school to Astoria's P.S. 171.

Long Island City »

DOE Panel Approves Co-Location Plan at Long Island City High School

The Panel for Educational Policy approved the plan to put a new CTE high school in LIC's building.

Melrose »

Parents and Teachers Slam City's Proposal for Co-Location at P.S.1

P.S.1 parents and teachers oppose the DOE's plans to bring an additional school to the building. 

Long Island City »

Critics Want DOE to Drop Co-Location Plan for Long Island City HS

Critics came out Wednesday night against the city's plan to co-locate a school at LIC High School.

Midland Beach »

Parents, Teachers and Students Protest I.S. 2 Co-location Plans

Hundreds of parents, students and teachers called on the DOE to stop the co-location plans of I.S. 2.

Yorkville »

DOE Approves Controversial Admissions Plan for New UES Middle School

The Panel for Educational Policy voted on how students will be admitted to the new school at P.S. 158.

Central Harlem »

Two New Autistic School Sites and Bronx School Closure Go Up for Vote

Two new school sites for autistic students and a Bronx school closure are among proposals up for vote.

East Harlem »

East Harlem to Get Progressive Middle School in 2014, DOE Says

Central Park East II will expand into a middle school for the 2014-2015 school year.

East Harlem »

Choir Academy of Harlem Supporters Plead With DOE to Keep the School Open

DOE officials say the school is failing and unsafe, and are planning to phase it out.

Gramercy »

Parents, Teachers Turn Out to Oppose Success Academy Charter School

The charter school chain is looking to open a new elementary school in the Washington Irving campus.

Union Square »

Washington Irving Teachers, Parents Protest Success Academy Charter School

Teachers said they plan to fight against the opening of a charter school inside the building.

New York City »

Tutoring Company Slammed in Audit Seeks $28M City Contract

Comptroller John Liu criticized Champion Learning Center in a May 2012 audit.

Gramercy »

DOE Selects 'Suggested' Sites for Success Academy Collocations

Washington Irving and High School of Graphic Communication Arts named as "suggested sites."

New York City »

City to Reinstate Social Promotion for Some Failing Students

Hundreds of students will move to the next grade this fall despite failing state tests, officials said.