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Upper East Side »

Dozens of Young Artists Exhibit Their Work at Guggenheim Museum

More than 100 works by public elementary school students are on display through June.

Astoria »

What to Do If Your Child Is Waitlisted for Kindergarten

Here are tips on what to do if your family is still waiting for a seat.

East Williamsburg »

Teachers Fight Third School's Placement in E. Williamsburg Building

A third school has been proposed to share space with P.S. 196 and M.S. 582.

East Williamsburg »

Brooklyn Latin's Founder Leaves for Harlem Charter School

Jason Griffiths said he was leaving the specialized school because of the city's bureaucratic policies.

Williamsburg »

Waterfront Dog Run, 100 Trees and School Upgrades Win Brooklyn Budget Vote

East River State Park's dog run and four other projects won District 33's participatory budgeting vote.

Bed-Stuy »

Rigorous New Bed-Stuy Charter School To Feature Yoga and More Work

A full day at a new charter school in Bedford-Stuyvesant will go until 5:30 p.m., administrators said.

Greenpoint »

Brooklyn's Oldest Public Elementary School Welcomes New Leader

Principal Carmen Asselta caters to P.S. 34's diverse population of Polish and Latino students.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg and Greenpoint's Free Pre-K Options in High Demand

From half-day to extra-rigorous, Williamsburg and Greenpoint offer an array of pre-K programs.

Bushwick »

Bushwick's Free Pre-K Programs Struggle to Meet Neighborhood's Needs

Bushwick and East Williamsburg pre-K programs receive far more applications than seats.

Williamsburg »

Middle Schoolers to Reunite in Lunchroom 60 Years After Graduating JHS 50

Dozens of graduates from the Williamsburg middle school are going "back to school" this spring.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg and Greenpoint Offer Array of Schools Without Waitlists

Williamsburg's and Greenpoint's District 14 has no kindergarten waitlists, unlike much of the city.

Bushwick »

Community Involvement Boosts Bushwick Elementary Schools

Young Bushwick students learn to volunteer in their community.

Tompkinsville »

Staten Island Parents Get More Elementary School Choices

Staten Island parents typically choose schools they're zoned for, but new options have begun to appear.

Civic Center »

Murry Bergtraum High School Still Without Phone Service After Sandy

More than three months after Hurricane Sandy, phones remain down at Murry Bergtraum High School.

Charleston »

City's Plan to Shrink School Proposed for Staten Island Angers Residents

Residents complained about the shrinking size of a planned public school in Charleston.

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