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The city will offer additional free pre-K seats in dozens of schools across the five boroughs.

Astoria »

Growing Up Green Charter School, founded by Matthew Greenberg, will expand to a middle school next year.

Hamilton Heights »

At Hamilton Heights School in Harlem, 122 of 245 students opted out of state English and math tests.

TriBeCa »

Carmen Farina reportedly told a group of principals that she was "heartsick" about the deaths.

Washington Heights »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña promised changes at a meeting uptown on Thursday.

Inwood »

Parents and advocates are furious that the DOE is moving ahead with the Bloomberg-era co-location plan.

Civic Center »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña called parents Monday to let them know about pre-K enrollment.

Bed-Stuy »

The city is planning a new co-location in Boys and Girls High School.

Long Island City »

The planned technical school will be proposed for the Murry Bergtraum campus in Manhattan instead.

Chinatown »

Hundreds of schools and community groups applied to add about 29,000 new full-day pre-K seats.

Far Rockaway »

Principal Marcella Sills was frequently late or absent, investigators found.

Civic Center »

All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.

Great Kills »

Jeremy Duenas got 19,000 likes overnight on his page criticizing the DOE for opening school Thursday. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina said Thursday morning was a "beautiful day."

Civic Center »

The latest snowstorm could dump more than a foot of snow on the city by Friday morning, officials said.