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West Farms »

Allies at school are important — for both students and parents, experts say.

Civic Center »

Tackling segregation, pre-K expansion and single-stall bathrooms for trans students are on the agenda.

Sunnyside (Staten Island) »

The school will move from its Clifton space into a 300-seat building inside the Petrides campus.

Midtown »

The city will create online applications for students entering middle and high school in 2019.

Norwood »

The books will be available to kindergarten through second grade students in The Bronx and Brooklyn.

Central Harlem »

Danika Rux will take over for Gale Reeves on July 1, officials said. 

Maspeth »

USCIS officials said two officers went to the school to verify an "immigration benefit request."

Bed-Stuy »

The city added 69 more schools for a total of 215 schools with health and social support services.

Chelsea »

The city will also install an air conditioning system in the school's auditorium, Gale Brewer said.

Washington Heights »

The student success center (SSC) will create "a college-going culture" at the school, officials said.

High Bridge »

The city plans to provide free pre-K for all 3-year-olds in the city by 2021.

Morrisania »

 J.H.S. 145 in The Bronx and M.S. 584 Crown Heights are among those that will close.

Concourse Village »

Critics say the city's graduation statistics are questionable.

East Harlem »

The Schools Chancellor said the city will protect all students, regardless of immigration status.

Astoria »

A record 44,906 students took at least one AP class in 2015-16, up 8.4 percent from the year before.