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The center, at 355 E. 76th Street, will include at least 180 pre-K seats, officials said. 

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The rally will take place Sunday, April 30, at St. Catherine's Park.

Long Island City »

The new program will be housed on the first two floors of an office building at 27-35 Jackson Ave.

Gowanus »

In District 15 as a whole, the Department of Education has set aside funding for 3,840 seats by 2019.

Corona »

The city removed the playground at P.S. 28 to make room for three pre-K trailers.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Education will send out an RFP for pre-k providers this week, it said.

Gowanus »

Several programs, including one that's considered the "crown jewel" of free pre-K, still have seats.

Corona »

District 24 is one of the most overcrowded in the city. 

Windsor Terrace »

The group says the mayor is violating campaign finance laws.

Astoria »

Only 16 kids are so far enrolled in the new pre-k program at the Most Precious Blood School building.

Astoria »

The new pre-k is at a family literacy center on the NYCHA campus for the Ravenswood Houses.

Inwood »

The Nagle Y will receive funds for a half-day pre-K program, but the late notice has caused anxiety.

Astoria »

The DOE will lease the former Most Precious Blood School at 32-52 37th St. for a 270-seat pre-k center.

Washington Heights »

Roughly 70 percent of kids got their first choice of pre-K; 18 percent didn't get their top three.