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Concourse Village »

Critics say the city's graduation statistics are questionable.

West Harlem »

The principal of the Teachers College Community School jumped in front of the subway in April.

East Harlem »

Lisa Nelson uses creative partnerships to offer field trips and after-school, college-prep courses.

Civic Center »

Thousands of Education Department workers have to take civil service exams to keep their jobs.

Central Harlem »

There were at least 167 broken speakers in city schools during the 2013-2014 school year.

Civic Center »

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

Forest Hills »

Richard Parlini was assigned to teach at P.S. 101 this fall, but is now on administrative duty.

West Harlem »

The charter network applied for 14 new schools in Brooklyn, Manhattan, The Bronx and Queens.

Fort Greene »

P.S. 67 was targeted for closure by the city in 2012 but is now on the upswing.

Central Harlem »

The Education Department bends over backwards to accommodate Eva Moskowitz, sources say.

Long Island City »

John Shea, a Department of Education CEO, didn't give raises to female workers, angering staff.

Civic Center »

Councilwoman Letitia James filed a Freedom of Information Request asking for a slew of Ed Dept. emails.

South Bronx »

Antonio Arocho was shot by a pellet gun outside his school less than a year after being pepper-sprayed.

New York City »

A top Education Department executive is accused of talking about the women he wanted to bed.