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East Harlem »

Protesters called for the removal of Central Park East 1's principal.

Upper East Side »

CEC2 adopted a resolution in October asking the DOE to provide admissions criteria to parents.

Upper East Side »

Students say the numbers are misleading amid the real problems with bullying happening in the school.

Fort Greene »

Some pre-K programs in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are in high demand while others have empty seats.

Clinton Hill »

Parents recently learned that pre-K at Child Development Support Corp will not start Thursday morning.

Upper West Side »

The population at a Harlem special needs school would be reduced to make room for a charter school. 

Upper West Side »

West Prep Academy has changed dramatically in just four years, parents said. 

New York City »

More than a thousand students didn't see a diploma on their graduation day, a report said.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 199 and P.S. 191 will not be redeveloped by the DOE. The department will now focus on an UES school.

Upper West Side »

Some of the parents oppose the city's proposal while others are waiting for more information.

Upper West Side »

New York Lawyers in the Public Interest initially sued the city over its slow PCB remediation timeline.

Upper West Side »

The redevelopment of the elementary schools is controversial.

Upper West Side »

Advocates say they're in the dark in terms of when they'll know for sure each school is PCB-free. 

Upper West Side »

Principal Elaine Schwartz believes in mixing grade levels and a specialized theater-focused curriculum.

Upper West Side »

The DOE has halted a multimillion dollar plan to move 189 students from their Upper West Side campus.