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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.

New York City »

Doris Duke's Heirs Booted From School for Unpaid Tuition Amid $1B Fight

The heirs of Doris Duke have been suspended from school because their tuition wasn't paid by a trust.

New York City »

School Bus Union Slams City for Rejecting Offer to Suspend Strike

Local 1181 President Michael Cordiello said the city is unnecessarily prolonging the strike.

Canarsie »

Educator Loses Job at City School After Email About Butchering Moose

John DeWind lost his consulting gig at a Brooklyn school after writing an email about butchering a moose.

Wavecrest »

7-Year-Old Boy Brings Gun to Queens Elementary School, NYPD Says

The boy was carrying a .22-caliber handgun in his backpack Thursday morning, police said.

Corona »

CB Tries to Put Brakes on Two-Year Street Closure to Build New School

A plan to close 44th Avenue for two years to build a school was rejected on Tuesday.

New York City »

Website Aims to Streamline Search for Kids' Extracurricular Classes

Kidz Central Station launched in September in select areas.

Boerum Hill »

Boerum Hill School Playground Dangerous to Kids, Parents Say

Parents say P.S. 38's playground has left several children injured and is filled with trash and condoms.

Laurelton »

Teacher Seduced 16-Year-Old He Met in Wife's Church Choir, Officials Say

Vaughn McKinney, 58, was arrested for allegedly having sex with a girl he met at a Brooklyn church choir.

Chelsea »

Vote on Split Zones for Popular West Side Schools Set for January

A controversial split between the zone encompassing P.S. 3 and P.S. 41 will be decided next month.

New York City »

City Maintains Sibling Priority in Competitive Gifted Program Admissions

The Department of Education has withdrawn planned changes to its gifted and talented admissions.

Red Hook »

Days After Newtown, City Also Remembers Principal Killed 20 Years Ago

As the nation mourned the Connecticut victims, New York City remembered another murdered principal.

Oakland Gardens »

Gas Leak Forces Evacuation at Hawthorne Middle School

Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School in Queens was evacuated Thursday morning after a nearby gas leak.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Parents Want New School to Be as 'Desirable' as P.S. 321

Parents are already planning fundraising efforts for the new school opening in Park Slope in 2013.

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