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Park Slope »

City schools are pushing back against a growing number of families opting out of the state tests.

Fort George »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña said the city will open 41 new classes for students with autism.

Williamsburg »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for a renewal of mayoral educational control for three years.

Bed-Stuy »

The Department of Education will close the Ethical Community Charter School due to poor test scores.

TriBeCa »

Just 5 percent of offers to elite high schools went to black students and 7 percent to Latinos.

Park Slope »

Teachers say Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed evaluation system could cost some educators their jobs.

Hunts Point »

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña unveiled discipline reforms, but some advocates wanted bigger changes.

Port Morris »

Families will be able to fill out a single unified application for pre-K seats starting March 16.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Victoria Armas created City Knoll using her experience as an art teacher.

Midtown »

Families believe newly empowered superintendents will be more responsive to complaints about schools.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The languages range from Hebrew to Haitian Creole and will start in September 2015.

Civic Center »

From diversity to discipline, DNAinfo rounded up major issues the schools chancellor faces in 2015.

Civic Center »

Students will be allowed to bring cellphones to school, the city announced Wednesday.

Lower East Side »

Community members will be able to express their thoughts on a new charter school in the Lower East Side.

East Village »

45 schools across the city will become "community schools" early next year, the city announced.