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Park Slope »

The coveted elementary school believes requiring an admission process prevents integration.

Boerum Hill »

The 12 schools follow the heels of seven that piloted diversity-based admissions policies this year.

TriBeCa »

DNAinfo New York looked at scores for the ever-important fourth grade English tests.

Prospect Heights »

NYC public schools are among the most segregated in the nation, and its pre-Ks even more so, data shows.

Clinton Hill »

At Principal Emily Paige's Urban Assembly Middle School, students are unscreened prior to admission.

Upper West Side »

Schools with mostly Black and Latino students have less qualified teachers, a new report shows.

Gowanus »

Unique in the city, P.S. 372 teaches general ed. and special needs students together in every classroom.

Upper West Side »

After the DOE took a step forward in addressing diversity issues, experts suggest how more can be done.

Park Slope »

De Blasio said the vision of PTAs sharing funds is more achievable than integration.

Upper West Side »

Carmen Farina said schools "don’t need to have diversity within one building."

Upper West Side »

City schools are 70 percent black and Hispanic, but their G&T programs are 70 percent white and Asian.

Civic Center »

From diversity to discipline, DNAinfo rounded up major issues the schools chancellor faces in 2015.

Fort Greene »

Parents are disappointed that the de Blasio administration has not prioritized school diversity.

Mott Haven »

DNAinfo New York used city data to show how public schools break down along racial lines.