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Central Harlem »

The Harlem Council of Elders posted a petition asking all schools to have librarians next school year. 

Jackson Heights »

Jared Fox is the first person to hold the position with the Department of Education.

West Village »

Some reported 3-hour commutes while others slipped on patches of black ice.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Bed-Stuy »

If approved, Brighter Choice Community School and Young Scholars' Academy would be combined.

Upper East Side »

P.S. 6's teachers and principal ignored the bullying for a year, prompting her parents to move her.

Fort Greene »

Parents have accused Success Academy of discriminating against students with disabilities.

Corona »

P.S. 143, on 113th Street has 1,700 students but only has room for 900.

Woodside »

Sources said 210 students were absent on Thursday from PS 12 on Woodside Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

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

St. George »

A section of the wall around Curtis High School was knocked down last week.

Crown Heights »

Graduation rates are up citywide according to new education data, including in Brooklyn's District 17.

Park Slope »

The children involved in the crash were treated and released from the hospital, a DOE spokeswoman said.

Upper West Side »

The DOE is open and supportive of the plan to move P.S. 191 into the P.S. 342 building, officials said.


Local education leaders voted to redraw the zone lines for two Brooklyn public schools.