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De Blasio Asks Albany for Permanent Control of Schools, $300M for NYCHA

The mayor also criticized some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget plans.

Bed-Stuy »

Sex Offenders Allowed to Live Near Bed-Stuy Preschool Under Legal Loophole

NYC pre-K programs unaffiliated with public schools aren't shielded under the current sex offender law.

Washington Heights »

Cuomo Boasts of 30-Year Friendship With De Blasio Despite Public Spats

The governor walked back talk of a rift between himself and Mayor de Blasio.

Corona »

UPK Program Short 'Hundreds' of Seats in Parts of Queens, Councilwoman Says

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras urged centers throughout her district to come forward if they have space. 

Civic Center »

5 Things You Should Know About New York City's Proposed Budget

Spending proposals include more money for after-school programs and bulletproof vests for police.

Fort George »

Parents Call for Crossing Guard at Crash-Prone Intersection Near School

Parents at WHEELS Elementary in Fort George said the school needs more traffic-safety measures.

Port Morris »

City Creates Single Application for All Universal Pre-K Seats

Families will be able to fill out a single unified application for pre-K seats starting March 16.

Gramercy »

Cuomo Calls Minimum Wage Plan a 'Non-Starter' in Latest Salvo Against Mayor

It's not the first time Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have clashed on major policy. 

Civic Center »

Here Are the Words Mayor Bill de Blasio Said Most Often in 2014

The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."

Mott Haven »

New Pre-K Bronx Health Program Wants the Whole Family to Eat Better

The program is based at 375 East 143rd St. in the East Side House Settlement Early Learning Center.

Civic Center »

MAP: Here's Where the City Added the Most Free Pre-K Seats

The South Bronx's High Bridge saw a big increase in pre-K seats, while Downtown had few new spots.

Claremont »

Developers Hope to Replace Bronx Auto Shop with Affordable Housing, Pre-K

The new structure would contain 38 units at 1416 Franklin Ave., the developers said.

Lower East Side »

There's Still Time to Enroll Your 4-Year-Old in Free Pre-K This Fall

The city extended the Oct. 1 pre-K enrollment deadline because scores of seats are still empty.

Park Slope »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.

East Harlem »

Preschool Teachers at Nonprofits Want Raises Like Bus Drivers Got

After Mayor de Blasio gave $42 million in raises to bus drivers, preschool teachers want raises too.

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