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Richard Buery

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The program will open accounts with $100 for every kindergarten student in Queens District 30 this fall.

Navy Yard »

Advocates say the plan is "progress," but also say the five-year timetable is too long.

Kips Bay »

All city hospitals and Maimonides Medical Center have agreed to universal screening within two years.

Civic Center »

Officials expect 70,000 children to enroll and plan to give parents more program choices. 

Jackson Heights »

The first lady was part of a citywide tour to discuss the importance of reading to children.

Civic Center »

The South Bronx's High Bridge saw a big increase in pre-K seats, while Downtown had few new spots.

Jackson Heights »

The annex at the Garden School on Northern Boulevard is still being built out. 

Civic Center »

The city has begun accepting proposals to serve 55,000 new students.

Civic Center »

Richard Buery, of the Children's Aid Society, will oversee the city's UPK efforts as a deputy mayor.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Preservation groups hope to protect the Children's Aid Society building through landmarking the structure.