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Bed-Stuy »

The school will share a building with P.S. 25 despite concerns that the area has too many charters

Bed-Stuy »

The city voted to combine J.H.S. 57 and M.S. 385, which will share a building with two other schools.

Bed-Stuy »

If approved, the two would be combined into one school starting in September 2016, officials say.

Washington Heights »

There will be a public hearing on the WHIN Community Music School on Thursday.

Upper West Side »

The principal and a parent at Success Academy Upper West spoke with DNAinfo this week. 

East Harlem »

The proposal would put Central Park East II's middle school in the same building as P.S. 108.

Crown Heights »

Chancellor Carmen Fariña delivered the welcome news to M.S. 61 Wednesday night.

Upper West Side »

The charter network is planning to open new schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx.

Upper West Side »

Success Academy has submitted a proposal to create charter schools in Districts 2 and 3. 

Sugar Hill »

Global Community Charter School wanted to expand by co-locating with a public school in District 6.

Bushwick »

P.S. 377 started sharing its building with Achievement First North Brooklyn Prep this school year.

Central Harlem »

The charters include a school for boys and one that teaches kindergartners a new language.

Civic Center »

The city paid hundreds of contract workers to clear classrooms for Eva Moskowitz's charter chain.

Bed-Stuy »

The Nelson Mandela School for Social Justice opens inside Boys and Girls High School in September.

Central Harlem »

Rooms critical to Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts remain unfinished.