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Greenwich Village »

Music Class Slashed at Greenwich Village's PS 41

P.S. 41's longtime music teacher, Eve Zanni, had to leave the school after her position was cut.

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.

TriBeCa »

10 NYC Students Have Committed Suicide in 7 Weeks, Chancellor Says

Carmen Farina reportedly told a group of principals that she was "heartsick" about the deaths.

Washington Heights »

President Obama Praises Washington Heights High Schooler

The President lauded the achievement of WHEELS senior Estiven Rodriguez.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Parents Form Group to Tackle Public School Issues

Parents interested in learning more about local public schools can attend a meeting on Thursday.

Civic Center »

STORM UPDATE: New York Digs Out After Snowstorm

Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.

Upper West Side »

Parents and DOE Trade Blame for Potential Delays to UWS School Opening

Parents say a new UWS school is behind schedule, but the city counters it's waiting for community input.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Community Board 2 Calls for Elementary School in Downtown Brooklyn

There will be an estimated 2,600 grade school-aged children in Downtown Brooklyn in the next five years.

East Village »

East Village School Creates Dance Studio Out of Abandoned Shower Room

P.S. 64 Principal Marlon Hosang stumbled upon the dance studio space by accident.

Astoria »

Astoria Mom Looks to Start French Dual-Language Program in Queens

Diana Limongi is trying to gain support to bring a French language program to an Astoria public school.

New York City »

City to Replace PCB-Laden Lights in Hundreds of Schools by 2016

The city will reduce their 10-year plan to change fixtures in 645 school buildings, officials say.

New York City »

Ten Things To Know To Get Your Child a Free Pre-K Seat

Pre-K applications for the fall of 2013 are due April 5.

Fort Greene »

Pre-K Applications Skyrocket in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill

Pre-K applicant numbers are increasing dramatically, while space remains the same.

Park Slope »

New School, New Zones, But Still Few Seats for Park Slope Pre-K

Some Park Slope schools receive several hundred applications for a few dozen pre-K seats.

New York City »

Look Beyond Favorites to Up-and-Coming Schools in the Neighborhood

Experts urge parents look beyond pricey, name-brand school zones and neighborhoods to find bargains.

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