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Inwood »

There's a wage imbalance at city-funded programs, with UPK teachers earning more than their directors.

East Harlem »

De Blasio supported $15 an hour wages for fast food workers. Preschool teachers ask: What about us?

Astoria »

Only 16 kids are so far enrolled in the new pre-k program at the Most Precious Blood School building.

Central Harlem »

Students headed back to school Wednesday morning. Many were already worried about tests and homework.

Civic Center »

From new religious holidays to a restructured chain-of-command, here's what to expect this school year.

Clinton Hill »

A city spokeswoman said they agreed to terms with the center, which had faced closure.

Inwood »

The Nagle Y will receive funds for a half-day pre-K program, but the late notice has caused anxiety.

Civic Center »

Officials expect 70,000 children to enroll and plan to give parents more program choices. 

Civic Center »

Kenneth Hart is the first person to lose his DOB license for too many violations, officials said.

Astoria »

The DOE will lease the former Most Precious Blood School at 32-52 37th St. for a 270-seat pre-k center.

Forest Hills »

A trailer will be installed at P.S. 144 in time for the next school year, officials said.

Park Slope »

The DOE is running 57 separate pre-K centers that have 6,700 seats still available for September.

Upper West Side »

There aren't enough pre-K spots on the Upper West Side, education advocates said.

Forest Hills »

All kindergartners who were waitlisted at P.S. 144 and P.S. 196 received a seat.