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Bed-Stuy »

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

Bed-Stuy »

An education council worries more charters will take away from the progress of traditional schools.

Bed-Stuy »

CEC16 worries that too many charters will take away the opportunity to improve traditional schools.

Fort Greene »

Community Education Council 13 asked the city to stop any more charters from opening in the district.

Upper East Side »

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

Riverdale »

The Parents' Alliance for Citywide Education has started an online petition to support the school.

Bed-Stuy »

The absence of programs in central Brooklyn is a "blemish" on education in the city, a councilman says.

Bed-Stuy »

The event will serve as motivation and encouragement to help Bed-Stuy's schools, the organizer said.

Mott Haven »

Enrollment declined by 31 percent since 2009 at 33 of the borough's schools, a report found.

Central Harlem »

The clocks at Harlem's P.S. 242 have been broken since September 2013.

Mott Haven »

The DOE may have P.S. 277 share building space with the Academic Leadership Charter School.

Civic Center »

Administrative assistants for Community Education Councils haven't had a raise since 2008.

Mott Haven »

The schools are under capacity by more than 200 students at some locations.

Greenwich Village »

The DOE must commit to build a school on Bleecker Street by Dec. 31, or else NYU will retake the site.

Jamaica »

Sandra's Sunflower Child Care on Sutphin Boulevard has filled all its 44 full-day universal pre-K seats.