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Round 2 of applications has started, after 45 percent of students got their first choice in Round 1.
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The principal of University Neighborhood High School said she wants a technology program by fall 2015.
Anthony Onesto, who has two daughters, wants to encourage more girls to study software engineering.
The informal discussion will allow women in the district to discuss issues that are important to them.
Cobble Hill's Pollitos Daycare offers an English-Spanish bilingual program at 259 Warren St.
The York Street school added 84 new pre-K seats for the 2014-15 school year.
Kids at one local high school exercise in two converted classrooms in lieu of a gym.
The Riverside Language Program will likely close by September if it can't get emergency funding.
P.S. 317 and P.S. 318 were evacuated after a basement fire, and six students were hospitalized.
Parents and advocates are furious that the DOE is moving ahead with the Bloomberg-era co-location plan.
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