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Bed-Stuy »

Families with children born in 2012 can start applying online, by phone or in person through March.

West Harlem »

Parents of Teachers College Community School stood behind their principal after a recent controversy.

Central Harlem »

Low-income students are more prone to have weather-related absences. The DOE hopes free coats can help.

Central Harlem »

More than 70 percent of the Class of 2015 graduated in four years.

Fort George »

The schools chief said parents should buy the language teaching material for their kids.

Bed-Stuy »

The city voted to combine J.H.S. 57 and M.S. 385, which will share a building with two other schools.

Bed-Stuy »

The charter school plans to open a new Bed-Stuy location inside P.S. 297's Park Avenue building.

Bed-Stuy »

The middle schools and a high school are slated for closure.

Park Slope »

A donation from the pop star helped the city expand its legendary SING program to 10 schools.

Upper West Side »

House hunters are wary to commit with the future of the school zones uncertain, brokers say. 

Sunset Park »

Carmen Fariña will hold a town hall meeting in Brooklyn's District 15 on Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

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

Fort Greene »

Low-income students, English Language Learners or those in the child welfare system will get priority.

DUMBO »

The Panel for Educational Policy unanimously approved the school's move to DUMBO.

Jackson Heights »

The topic was one of many discussed at an education town hall in Jackson Heights.