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Mott Haven »

The school had been struggling with low graduation rates and low enrollment, according to the DOE.

Clifton »

Chancellor Carmen Fariña toured a print-based disabilities pilot program at P.S. 57.

Lower East Side »

The DOE will also step up efforts to recruit teachers for the programs, Chancellor Carmen Farina said.

Greenwich Village »

The parents' action committee at P.S. 41 is circulating a petition directed at the state and city.

Upper West Side »

Making children with processing issues take tests for hours amounts to child abuse, opponents said.

Park Slope »

The schools chancellor says students with special needs and English Language Learners should opt out.

Bed-Stuy »

The local education council will decide whether a program will begin in third grade or kindergarten.

St. George »

The borough president is trying to get a school specifically for students with the learning disability.

Bed-Stuy »

The District 16 Community Education Council will host the event at M.S. 297 on March 21.

Mott Haven »

The city plans to close the Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies at the end of the school year.

Bed-Stuy »

Middle schools Peace Academy and Urban Environment and Foundations Academy high school are set to close.

Bed-Stuy »

The school, which has two locations at Kent Avenue and Ellery Street, will close due to low performance.

Stapleton »

The school was one of three to not be renewed when their charters expire in June.

Upper West Side »

Local leaders spoke out about the potential harm of having a crane next to a public school.

Bed-Stuy »

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