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Both schools are over-capacity, but DOE officials say there are no plans for one to oust the other.

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As the city looks to ramp up dual language programs, it can be hard to find teachers, parents say.

Greenpoint »

Carroll Gardens, Greenpoint and other areas attract families to their French dual language programs.

Prospect Heights »

All four incidents happened within a week of each other in Brooklyn, police and school staff said.

Fort Greene »

The number of pre-K seats in the neighborhood will increase from 36 to 90.

Lower East Side »

District 1 offers a wide varity of pre-K classes, ranging from progressive to traditional.

Fort Greene »

Pre-K applicant numbers are increasing dramatically, while space remains the same.

Fort Greene »

Most public elementary schools in Fort Greene share space with a charter, magnet or private school.

New York City »

Pols from large Asian communities are urging officials to make the Lunar New Year a school holiday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

District 1 has no zoned schools, so families must pick the kindergarten they want to apply for.